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  1. Posts : 716
    XP Pro & Vista Home Premium (x86); Windows Ultimate 7600 x64 Retail
       #61

    sansor said:
    Good news. As of 06-16-09 Logitech has updated software for Vista x64. I installed it on win 7 build 7232 x64 and it workd like a charm.

    Finally....
    Link?

    Never mind, it is the Vista x64 that is updated..... duhhhh

    I will give it a go.....
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  2. Posts : 47
    Win7 x64 SP1, Virtual Hackintosh
       #62

    New Quickcam SW from Logitech


    I also installed the new Quickcam SW (Logitech Webcam Software with Vid dated 160609) on Win7 x64 RC.
    Still there are some side-effects: The process in Win7 providing support for the desktop gadget crashes permanently.
    Recent Avast! free edition antivirus software doesn't run anymore since MFC71.dll is missing on the computer

    Both problems can be solved:

    Repair Avast! installation

    Stop and Disable the Process Monitor Service from Logitech (used for the Avatars when using the Webcam) and the desktop gadgets are back again.

    Hope someone from Logitech will read that.

    Cheers, Oblomow
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  3. Posts : 792
    Windows 7 SP1 x64 build 7601.21701
       #63

    where do you get this new drivers? it doesnt show any drivers for me on logitech page...
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  4. Posts : 47
    Win7 x64 SP1, Virtual Hackintosh
       #64

    Logitech Driver Download


    I visited the US-Webside of Logitech selected my Webcam (Logitech Spere or something) and downloaded the new Logitech Webcam Software with VID (A video new conferencing system).
    On Win7 x64 RC I started the archive by double clicking on it and do a normal install.
    During the install the Windows Service for Desktop applications crashes and needs to be closed. Since in the last version (quick cam 11.91 the whole windows explorer crashes), I know the workaround: Search for Services in the Win Search Box, start the applet as Admin.
    Look for the Process Monitor / Injector Service LVPrcS64 from Logitech - It has something to do that you can have video conferences where you got different avatars aplied to your face. Stop that service and disable it and reboot - After next startup the desktop applets should work again.
    An if you also run Avast! free antivirus sw - Start the uninstaller for Avast in Programs and Features Control Panel and select Repair - Next Reboot necessary.
    After that everything seems okay with the webcam and Win7.

    Best Regards,

    Sincerely yours Oblomow
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  5. Posts : 792
    Windows 7 SP1 x64 build 7601.21701
       #65

    Oblomow58 said:
    I visited the US-Webside of Logitech selected my Webcam (Logitech Spere or something) and downloaded the new Logitech Webcam Software with VID (A video new conferencing system).
    thing is i have all links to drivers in favorites. And i get message that there is no software avilable for quickcam 9000, tryed like half of other cameras, eather i get "no software", choice for ONLY windows2000 or where i get links for other oses as well i get offered version 11.5 :P what is latest version avilable btw? i do have 11.9 but thats few months old already...
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  6. Posts : 716
    XP Pro & Vista Home Premium (x86); Windows Ultimate 7600 x64 Retail
       #66

    Oblomow58 said:
    ..... On Win7 x64 RC I started the archive by double clicking on it and do a normal install.
    During the install the Windows Service for Desktop applications crashes and needs to be closed. Since in the last version (quick cam 11.91 the whole windows explorer crashes), I know the workaround: Search for Services in the Win Search Box, start the applet as Admin. ....
    Right click on the install kit and select "Run as Administrator".

    The install works fine this way on v7127 64 bit. Be sure to disable the Process Monitor service after install.

    Still does not fix my audio "hang" problem.....

    This weekend I WILL figure out why my setup has this problem and nobody else does..... yeah that's the ticket.... be overconfident....
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  7. Posts : 2
    win 7 build 7232 x64
       #67

    Here's what I did.

    -First unplug your camera.

    -Uninstall all logitech drivers and software related to your camera.

    -Reboot

    -Go to the US Logitech website:
    http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/43...=us,en?osid=13

    - Download the software, "Logitech Webcam Software with Vid" ver. 1.0
    for Vista x 64.

    -Right click the program you downloaded: "lws100_x64.exe", click "properties", go to "compatibility" tab, check "run this program in compatibility mode for: Windows Vista (Service Pak 2), check "run as administrator", ckick OK.

    -Right click the program, select "Run as Administrator" and let the program run. Plug in your camera when it ask's you to, let the program finish.

    -I was good to go at that point, you may want to re-boot after the program finishes.

    Hope this helps.
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  8. Posts : 28,845
    Win 8 Release candidate 8400
       #68

    logitech web cam


    Oblomow58 said:
    I visited the US-Webside of Logitech selected my Webcam (Logitech Spere or something) and downloaded the new Logitech Webcam Software with VID (A video new conferencing system).
    On Win7 x64 RC I started the archive by double clicking on it and do a normal install.
    During the install the Windows Service for Desktop applications crashes and needs to be closed. Since in the last version (quick cam 11.91 the whole windows explorer crashes), I know the workaround: Search for Services in the Win Search Box, start the applet as Admin.
    Look for the Process Monitor / Injector Service LVPrcS64 from Logitech - It has something to do that you can have video conferences where you got different avatars aplied to your face. Stop that service and disable it and reboot - After next startup the desktop applets should work again.
    An if you also run Avast! free antivirus sw - Start the uninstaller for Avast in Programs and Features Control Panel and select Repair - Next Reboot necessary.
    After that everything seems okay with the webcam and Win7.

    Best Regards,

    Sincerely yours Oblomow
    Really nice diagnostics, and thanks for filling out you system specs.

    Ken
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  9. Posts : 716
    XP Pro & Vista Home Premium (x86); Windows Ultimate 7600 x64 Retail
       #69

    Muad Dib said:
    Another Update: I can boot up with no camera plugged in, all audio functions fine. I plug the camera in and after a brief time all audio functions "hang" as described.

    NOW..... If I click on Control Panel>Sound, nothing happens. I then start Sound Forge. The executable appears in the process list but does not "open". I then wait and let the computer go into "sleep" mode. When I "wake" the computer, voilą - immediately - the Control Panel>Sound window opens AND the Sound Forge window opens. All audio functions are working.... for a while... then the audio function "hang" again.

    I hope some Logitech person is reading this thread....

    P.S. This happens even if I use MSCONFIG to disable all startups and non-MS services.
    Muad Dib said:
    Right click on the install kit and select "Run as Administrator".

    The install works fine this way on v7127 64 bit. Be sure to disable the Process Monitor service after install.

    Still does not fix my audio "hang" problem.....

    This weekend I WILL figure out why my setup has this problem and nobody else does..... yeah that's the ticket.... be overconfident....
    Update:

    Update: Houston, the Eagle has landed.

    Windows 7 v7127 64 bit
    Quickcam Pro 9000

    I installed the newest driver from Logitech, lws100_x64. This version includes the new Logitech "Vid" software. The installation went without a hitch. It is a FULL installation and thus far all camera options/functions appear to be working fine with just the Logitech software loaded. I have not tested the Vid option as I do not know anyone who has it installed.

    Kudos to the Logitech team!

    However, when I install Skype 4.0 I am back to the same problem of the audio functions "hanging" as described. I have not been able to determine WHICH process that gets loaded/started with Skype causes the conflict. It is the same symptom: Audio works briefly; Audio functions (Sound Panel, etc) lock or hang; Put system into Sleep mode; Wake System; Audio functions work briefly.

    After I Uninstall Skype the problem stops, so it is definitely Skype related.

    One more piece in the puzzle..... :)
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  10. Posts : 716
    XP Pro & Vista Home Premium (x86); Windows Ultimate 7600 x64 Retail
       #70

    Update to the Update:

    Everything seems to be working fine now. To resolve the problem I was having with my audio I did the following:

    1) Uninstalled Skype, Logitech Vid, Logitech WebCam Software. Logitech Drivers, Realtek HD Audio Driver, ATI Radeon CCC and Drivers.
    2) Ran CCleaner registry cleaner and file cleaner
    3) Manually deleted Logitech Vid entries in registry.
    4) Upgraded from Windows 7 v7127 x64 to v7232 x64
    2) Re-installed ATI Radeon CCC and Drivers, Realtek Audio Driver, Logitech Webcam Sofware, Drivers and Vid, Skype

    So I still don't know exactly what caused the problem I was having, only that it appears to be gone. Such is the nature of dealing with pre-release, v1.0 and beta software. 'Nuff said.

    FYI: I did have to uninstall and re-install the Logitech Gaming Software after the above steps to get a wired Rumblepad 2 controller working again.

    Again, thanks to Logitech for the new driver and to SevenForums for a great information source!
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