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I have a Quick Cam Messenger from a computer that I have just replaced. The old computer was on Windos XP and my new computer uses Windows Home Premium. I wish to transfer my webcam to my new computyer but have no CD. Can you help. JGLM

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I have decided not to usde the quick cam. Thank you for uour reply. JGLM

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