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Windows 3.1 runs on an old PC, without any USB connector.
Perhaps you mean windows 8.1?
You can be right, because since windows 7, Microsoft is only making drivers for certified equipment. Most factories, only try to get certification on windows 8, for their new camera's And the factories also can't (or won't?) develop new drivers so their older cams can be used on new operating systems. I had the same experience with a very expensive Logitec remote controlled webcam. On the box is compatible with Windows Vista. But when I first bought it, I could download a driver from Logitec, so the camera worked perfect.
After I reinstalled my windows 7 recently. My cam would not work as it did before and I could not get the same drivers I had before.
So the want you to buy new computers for the new software, and then replace all the equipment attached, because your can't install correct drivers for the old gear.
Uninstall all logitec drivers then go to logitec website download latest drivers for whichever platform your using ie xp or vista etc...Do not plug in camera until told to do so or it will never work good luck
Try www.logitec.com when I did this it took me to somewere else but just click on go to logitec, in the search field in the upper right hand corner type in "drivers" click on "downloads" on the next page, then search for your product name, shuld get the drivers you need. good luck hope this helps.
http://www.camera-drivers.com/companies/605.htm if you take a look on this site ..you will see that all logitech drivers are built for windows xp..at the top...so.....if you are running vista or more...you will need a suitable driver for that ..built for vista or patched..( if so ..is understandable why it works in another pc with xp on) if this isnt the problem and you either have a vista compatible ...or are running xp on your machine ...its probably something related with your usb .. ity might also be ..so me driver related...I had someproblems once ...after I adapted a videocam ( digital) to work as a web cam ...and it needed a special program to do that ...some capture program ....after i uninstalled that ...I wasnt able to run a normal webcam ...cause it was already messed with my system files and it was asking for that frogram to run ...the solution in that case was to reinstall the operating system ...as a last resort you may try just that ...( it will fix any possible usb driver related problems too)