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Re: adding a webcam to computer
Should be compatible with xp. i'm assuming you installed the software that cam with the camera.
try this --- click on the safely remove hardware icon in your tray and stop the camera then unplug it
next -- go to this link to download CCleaner
Download, Install and run it
** Click on the TOOLS tab on the left side. Scroll to the software for the camera and click on it Click on the Run UnInstaller to uninstall ** Click on the REGISTRY tab on the left side click on Scan For Issues click on Fix Selected Issues If it asks you to make a backup click yes and save ** Click on the CLEANER button on the left side click on Analyze click on Run Cleaner
restart your computer
when you boot up insert the install cd for your camera and follow the instructions.
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Welcome to Fixya. This is a known issue with the latest version of Skype. The latest version of Skype won't run on Mac pc so you need to download the older version of skype. Please uninstall the Skype program on on you Mac and download the older version on the link below.
You cannot open the application Skype because it is not supported on this architecture is an error caused by Skype and not by the webcam.
There might be some stuck services related to Logitech that are still running in background as uninstalling programs using Windows Add/Remove Program leaves few files behind. In your case click on Start Menu and open Run. Now type "msconfig" without quotes. This will open System Configuration Utility. Open tab Startup and check for any program related to Logitech and disable it. Next open Services tab and check the box saying "Hide All Microsoft Services" and start looking for Logitech services and go on disabling them then restart computer when prompted while closing System Configuration Utility's window. In most cases it disables the program from getting launched at start-up.
If you are still getting the Logitech program installer, try to check "Scheduled Task" of windows and delete it (Start Menu> All Programs> Accessories> System Tools> Scheduled Task).
Hope the resolution works for you. If you are still getting the pop-up of Logitech installer, post follow-ups so that I can assist you further.
Boot into Safe Mode and see if the computer will let you uninstall Windows Live. If it does, reboot the computer into normal mode and Re-Download the installation files for Windows live. Are there any details or technical information provided when the error message shows up? Also, outdated drivers have been known to cause similar issues.