I got this Logitech Quickcam a few days ago but whenever I try to install it this error keep coming up when it's on step three saying " Writing system registry values " and then the error 1402 pops up and says that. how do I fix this i think ir hs something to do with the keys in the computer because it say's could not open key e.t.c?? what do I do?
The problem is with your Registry access. You need to find a suitable and knowledgeable person that understands about changing Registry Keys. For those that are confident in changing registry keys do the following:
Load the software disk and wait until you get the error eg: "UNKNOWN\CAPICOM.Attribute.1\CLSID Your error may be different so you need to write it down. Then go to Start>Run and type Regedit and find the main area of your problem by searching the main item after the unknown. In the above case CAPICOM. You will then as the Administrator allow all users to access these "Child Files" (All related access files need to be checked and changed). After this is done exit Regedit and restart your computer. Reinstall the software now having the new permissions. If another error under 1402 comes up then you need to go back into your regedit and redo permissions in that problem area.
Logitech really need a real kick in the arse for this programme as they can bypass all this **** with a software rewrite. Logitech if you are listening....Fix your 2007 software disks or at least put a pamphlet in letting people know how to fix their problem online. I cannot strees enough that if you are not computer savvy do not even attempt a Regedit of anykind......Hope this helps
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Re: Logitech Quickcam Error 1402
Try disconnecting the camera from the USB port and then reinstall the software program. When the program asks you to connect the camera, do so to the USB port. The camera should then work. This is a common mistake people make when install hardware. Hope this helps. Bud
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Follow these steps... 1. Make sure the microphone is plugged in to your computer. Make sure its in the right jack. 2. Install the necessary drivers, if you have received the cd. 3. Right Click My Computer > Properties > Device Manager. See if there are issues with any of the hardware devices. If yes, then try to update the driver. This should help.
It looks like you have a conflict, Fortunately Logitech have good support for their customers and I would recommend you contact them from this page. They tend to 'teflon shoulder' problems in chat programs but it would be a good start to get your video working in 'Quick Capture'
after the driver is installed ...just try to see if the camera is recognized..into the devise manager ...you can fix it from there by cliking update driver ...sometimes it isnt rec until you locate the driver manually ..