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you might want to try and uninstall the quickcam application. as i've researched skype is having problems with certain cams compatibility. just try and uninstall the quickcam application but not the drivers. with this you may still be able to use the quickcam with other applications.
you can uninstall it through the control panel>add remove programs
also if you are using a headset or separate mic and headset with the video call you would want to disable the mic on the quickcam
go into Device Manager and disable the microphone in the Pro 9000
ofcourse this is just some things you can try but is not guaranteed to solve your issue. please let me know if this works. thanks.
The advantage of having a logitech webcam is the support you have. I just launched my logitech toolbar and clicked on the lowest panel to see what help you have with your webcam in Skype - check this out
You are not the only one. I have a gorup of 6 people, on Vista, XP, with QuickCamPros and other brands and we communicate daily. We are ALL having the same problem as a result of the last Skype update.
It is NOT your system, it's Skype's issue. Do like we do and in the lower right corner of your screen you can report the quality of the call. Keep doing it over and over and maybe they'll do something about it!
The solution (or, should I say "supposed" solution) posted by yooperbud
is 100% wrong, wrong, wrong. As a matter of fact, he couldn't BE more
wrong. While the original question asked had to do with software for
the QuickCam Pro 9000 for the Mac, the answer he gave is 100% directed
at the Windows OS, NOT the Mac. To anyone, and everyone, who has voted
his reply a "Yes", I am sorry.
I had this problem but I fixed it. The google chat uninstaller does not
uninstall everything. Go to the hidden folder Application Data of the
default or local user in the Documents and Settings folder of the C
drive, you will find the plugin folder for google chat. Delete it and
then reinstall the plugin and it will work.
C:\Documents and Settings\Joe\Application Data
You need to go to the manufactures site and download the VISTA
driver for the camera. Then follow the info below to install
Disconnect the Camera from the USB port and reinstall
the CD or Downloaded software program. When the program asks you
to connect the camera to the USB port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud