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Just installed the above web cam and there are faint whit lines running vertically down the screen nad on pictures i take?? Is it faulty

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Try This Software: "Driver Genius" After Installed Plug In Device (Camera) Click SCAN And Install Drivers (note u can chose whichever drivers u want to install), Very Easy To Use Software

Posted on Nov 21, 2009

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Hi!
I've had the same problem with my Logitech QuickCam C200 and i fixed it by adjusting the Exposure and Gain in the web cam's settings.
Good luck!

Posted on Dec 02, 2009

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The solution that worked was an easy one, all you have to do is to take the automatic settings off for gain and birghtness, and when you tinker with reducing the gain once it is off of automatic gain and brightness the vertical lines will disappear. The end to a frustrating problem. Works fine on an older hp system with 512 mb ram and 800 mhz processor. Hope this helps
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Posted on Jul 20, 2010

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Make sure you have Microsoft DirectX installed to support your webcam
Check that its plugged into a 2.0 USB socket or a powered hub
Re-install your software
Visit the Logitech website and browse the photo gallery for your model and click on the photo to navigate to the support page.
Note - Older models on page 2 - look for the link at the bottom right of page 1 and click on it "Still can't find your product?"

http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/405/&cl=us,en?prodcrid=405

In addition to the Logitech installer you will need to download Microsoft DirectX 9 or later to support your webcam

Procedure
Close all programs while uninstalling - downloading and uploading software
Disconnect your webcam
Uninstall the current webcam software on your computer
Restart computer
Download the Installation package from Logitech
Run the installer and choose your options during the installation - You may not want Logitech Chat but the Desktop icon for the webcam toolbar is a must.
Connect your webcam when prompted.

Posted on Aug 16, 2010

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