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1) Plug in the USB connector of the webcam into your PC's USB socket
2) Connect the MIC by pluging in the MIC connector to the RED audiio in socket provided at the back of your PC.
3) Install the webcam driver from the CD provided to you with the web cam
4) A new software must have been installed Click on the software's icon to start the web cam
One of the most interesting aspects to the Turbo 2.0 Webcam is the 4-port Hi-Speed USB PCI card ADS includes with the package. If anything, this card sets the ADS package apart from the competition in terms of bundles and extras. Installing the camera is as simple as installing the Hi-Speed USB card (if needed), throwing in the driver CD and pre-installing the camera drivers then just plugging the camera in. Once the camera is installed, it's ready to go. Also included with the camera is a nice suite of software, including iSpQ VideoChat, MS NetMeeting, MS Messenger, iVisit, Yahoo Messenger and Teveo Live.
The camera itself is an oval-shaped grey and black design, with an odd looking manual focus adjuster on the front and a snapshot button on the top behind the build-in mic. A tripod is included with the camera as well.
Unplug the camera, remove all the Logitech camera AND Logitech camera drivers via Control Panel/ Remove Applications, then reboot. After re-boot, plug in the camera, Windows will identify it as a USB Camera / Mic and it will work in all applications including Skype. You will not have access to the Logitech menus but the camera and Mic WILL WORK in all your communications needs. After a number of instances where I lost my Mic input, I finally gave up on the Logitech software since they are incapable of finding the Windows Update driver that conflicts with their own driver. Although mine is currently working fine as a Windows recognized "USB Camera Mic", the next Webcam I get will NOT be Logitech. It's a great Webcam but since they are clearly incapable of keeping their software compatible with Windows updates, I'll switch to another make. Hope this helps. JamesTBaines@BTopenworld.com
go to cisco.com and click on support,then click on software downloads,now you have to register to access your drivers,after you register click on video and content and it should help take you to the drivers you need,remember to have your model#.
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
Hi, did you load the software, before you connected the cam/usb connection, before the sofware had finished loaded, i have vista and milomi ap7121, i load the software, rebooted the pc, then connected the cam, it works perfectly. Hope that helps