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Windows 7: Quickcam Fusion issues

24 Sep 2009   #1
XceptOne

Win 7 64bit
 
 
Quickcam Fusion issues

Righty o lads, here's my issue, wanted to use my webcam which I've have for a while, so downloaded the software and drivers for my Quickcam Fusion web camera, installed fine blah, after restart, plugged in the cam, started the Logitech application and now it says the following message:









This is the only web cam I have and never installed any others, this is the time time I tried after searching through the Logitech forums, no luck there so I'm hoping here would..

Window 7 7100 64 just incase


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26 Sep 2009   #2
freesbee

Windows7 RTM 7600 x64
 
 

...dear old "forced driver installation".

Look, I'm in a hurry right now, and I had to write the post twice because the system kicked me out.

I tried all possible procedures described by other users, with no success. Then, just before giving up I tried my way, and it worked fine. There is no particular reason why this procedure should not work on 32bit OS and with other similar logitech webcams.

Unplug your webcam, and uninstall all previously installed logitec software.

Then extract the "Drivers" folder from file qc1051enu_x64.exe, go to your device manager and do a "forced driver installation" selecting manually the files from \Drivers\x64\PRO364 path (this is probably only for webcams of this family, but inside the other folders 32164, ELCH64, IM64, PRO64, S21364, SCBY64 and VLMA64 you will find drivers for almost any logitech webcam).

All logitech crap will not install, just webcam driver with all adjustments (framerate, saturation, reflection) and so on.

If someone is really in trouble with this or similar webcam I can post detailed instruction.
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24 Aug 2011   #3
jadielmota

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Quickcam Fusion issues

This reply did the trick for the quickcam fusion for windows 7 ultimate 64bit.

Just wanted to say thank you!

Jadiel
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