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Re: i installed logitech web cam pluged in when prompt...
Take my word for it logitech is a little tricky to install sometimes.Try this uninstall.drivers.Reboot and go to logitech.com and install new drivers .Make sure they are the one's for your cam and os.install the drivers rReboot.. After reboot plug in cam.os should see it and install.RICHARDM69...PROBLEMS JUST ASK FOR ME. THANKS FOR VISITING FixYa
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When you installed the camera did you use generic Windows drivers? If so, try going to the logitech website and downloading the latest drivers for the web-cam. Unplug the camera before installing the new drivers, it may prompt you to plug in your camera, if not plug it in once the installation is complete. Restart your computer and make sure your plugged in as well if it is a laptop. Another reason for no response could be no power is coming through the USB port, either because the power connection is burnt out (this doesn't mean that powered USB devices don't work in the port) or it reverted to a 1.1 version of USB. This is a common glitch that can usually be fixed by changing USB ports or restarting the computer. Make sure you don't have too many devices being powered only through the USB port. If any USB product also comes with an adapter always use that adapter if possible instead of using the USB to power it. This will ensure a longer life of your ports. If the latest drivers are installed and you know you have a working USB port that provides power then you more than likely have a bum camera. (Electronics generally fail either very early or very late in their life cycle)
it usually doesnt disable the mic on webcam and go out and buy your self a logitech usb mic the quality is better and it works the web cams dont work ever and always conflicting with other irq'd software
if your operating system is windows xp or even vista go to logitech.com select the usa site then go to support....Drivers....find your camera download them unplug the web cam install software then plug the camera in when prompted to
Search for the following file: wdma_usb.inf (be sure to include hidden files in your search)
You will probably find it here: c:\I386\wdma_usb.inf
It also needs to be here: c:\WINDOWS\inf\wdma_usb.inf
If it is not in there copy and paste it.
Then update the driver on the Logitec Mic in the device manager.
This should take care of it.
I got this in the logitech forum, after significant searching for an answer. It worked for me. Good luck!