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Re: i cant see what im shooting at its all fuzzy with...
Probably has corrupt driver.
Try disconnecting 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
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i hate to be blunt but the reason that the picture is fuzzy is because if the type of cam. its about a $20 cam logitech. if you really want quality picture you will have to pay more for your cam. i have a logitech also and it really has crappy pictures. i bought a more exspensive one and
the pictures are very clear. sorry to say but its the cam its self. even if you adjust it in settings the picture really will never be clear.
When you open the WEBcam on your computer do you see yourself as a fuzzy image?
If so you need to adjust the focus on the WEBcam, the focus adjustment is the ring around the lens.
You can also download the WEBcam driver from the Logitech WEB site, makesure you select the driver for you model WEBcam and the XP or Vista version that matches your Windows installed version.
1. uninstall the software 2.restart your computer 3. re install the software 4. rightclick on mycomputer,then properties,then hardware,then device manager,double click on the imaging devices 5.if any yellow color pointed icon appears on any devices, then right click,diable or uninstall it 6.selec ACTION from the top menu bar and select hardware changes. 7.it will detect and install other supporting drivers.
i hope this will help you out... all the best, try it...
go to Logitech's website...click on your product model and from there you can download the latest drivers. Make sure to note that most device drivers for Vista 64 bit systems are different from 32 bit. Hope this helps.
Fergal0, I am wondering if you have accidentally puy your cam in one of those fun modes like the ones that distorts the picture or turns it into 4 color pictures etc. I don't know what it is called on your model but the menu for this is called video effects. I know where it is on Logitech quick cams but not for yours. I suggest you just try looking at these setting options and see if you can make it change to something else and if so then you are in the right place and just have to find how to turn this off. Let me know what kind of camera you have and what kind of menus you have available if this does not give you a good hint.
1.check cam is jammed 2.check whether the drivers are installed properly 3.check the USB adapter cable 4.Remove cam .plug and install proper driver. 5.Check Video settings to default values 6. Else camera-video signal processing circuit might be damaged thank you !