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Try to unstall using the add/remove program.
Here's the step
1. Click start
2. Click control panel
3. Click add/remove program
4. Choose the program you want to remove then click remove.
Hope that will solve your problem
unplug your web cam then restart your computer after then when computer loaded all programs and stable plug your web cam when pc recognizing it and ask for driver then put cd and follow the wizard instruction guide.
are a number of things that can cause the computer or the camera to freeze
up or slow down. First
I’d check to see how much memory is installed in the computer.
It takes additional memory to operate the camera.
this helps. Bud
This can happen because of a bad Driver Conflict/IRQ.. you have to either find out what "Other" device in ya PC, is "Conflicting" and either adjust the settings of that device, if able or remove it, & or, update the driver(s).. In fact, ensure ALL your "Drivers" are the most up to date as can be..
I may also be a DirectX thing too so ensure you have the most up to date version of that.
Try uninstalling the software and removing the camera from the usb port.
Reinstall the software and reconnect the cam in a different usb port.
If still not working try in a different pc to make sure the camera does not have a fault.
If it works in another pc then the camera is not compatable as can happen on some pc's and you will have to try a different make of camera.