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Intermittent Error I am getting this unusual error: Runtime Library Runtime Error Program: C:\program files\logitech\quickcam\lu\ LogitechUpdate.exe this application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please contact the application's support team for more information. And my Webcam for my laptop isn't even plugged in...Help!

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    when i install the program after i click on run it start runing and after it says warning ..............internet error

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Try and update the software

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This is one of the known issues in this release.

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When receiving the 2711 error during Logitech QuickCam/Image Studio software installation, please perform the following steps:
  1. Use Add/Remove programs in the Control Panel to uninstall any current installation of QuickCam/ImageStudio software. For Microsoft Windows 95, 98, ME or NT
    1. Click Start, Settings, then Control Panel.
    2. Double click the icon labeled Add/Remove Programs.
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    1. Click Start. followed by Control Panel.
    2. Double click the icon labeled Add/Remove Programs.
    3. Highlight the desired program in the list provided (QuickCam or ImageStudio).
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  2. Navigate to C:\Program Files\Logitech.
    1. Double click the icon on the desktop labeled My Computer.
    2. Double click the icon labeled C:\(computer name).
    3. Double click the yellow folder labeled Program Files.
    4. Double click the yellow folder labeled Logitech.
  3. Delete any folders for QuickCam/ImageStudio.
    1. Select the yellow folder with the QuickCam or ImageStudio names.
    2. Click the menu options for File, followed by Delete.
    3. Repeat for any other QuickCam/ImageStudio folders.
  4. Delete all files located in the Windows temporary directory C:\Windows\Temp or C:\WinNT\Temp
    1. Double click the icon on the desktop labeled My Computer.
    2. Double click the icon labeled C:\(computer name).
    3. Double click the yellow folder labeled Windows or WinNT.
    4. Double click the yellow folder labeled Temp.
    5. On the menu across the top of the window, click Edit followed by Select All.
    6. On the menu across the top of the window, click File followed by Delete.
    7. Click OK.
  5. Reinstall QuickCam/ImageStudio
    1. Remove and reinsert the QuickCam/ImageStudio CD and follow the prompts OR
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Try downloading the setup here from Logitech and try to install.

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