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That is an odd problem. Try inserting the cd, then opening your "my computer" and click on the cd drive you have inserted the cd into. Or you can right click the drive, and select open. If the information on the CD pops up, then install the software by clicking on the setup.exe If not, then you can go to the Logitech website and download the drivers from there, and install!
If in case the cd was not recognized upon loading it to the computer you may do the following to check wether the cd is faulty or the cd drive.
Verify that the correct disc (CD/DVD) is used when prompted to insert the disc.
For programs on DVD, verify that the drive containing the DVD is a DVD drive and not a CD-ROM drive. Most DVD drives will have DVD printed on the front of the drive. For programs on DVD, consider the following:
DVD drives can read both DVD's and CD's.
CD-ROM drives can read only CD's.
If multiple disc drives (e.g., CD-ROM and CD-RW, or DVD and DVD-RW, or CD-ROM and DVD-RW, etc.) exist on the computer that can read the disc (refer to the items under Step 2), insert the CD or DVD into the other drive and try the program again.
If you are attempting to install a program and the installation does not begin after inserting the CD/DVD into the proper drive, refer to the program's instructions for the installation procedure.
Clean the CD/DVD in the following manner:
Place a small amount of nonabrasive liquid soap on the shiny side of the CD/DVD.
Using your fingertips and warm water, gently rub the soap on the CD/DVD in a circular motion.
Rinse the CD/DVD thoroughly and dry it using a clean, soft T-shirt or lint-free towel. (Do not use paper towels or tissue paper.)
Try to use a different CD or DVD in the drive to see if that disc can be read.
If possible, insert the problem CD or DVD into the DVD or CD drive of another computer to see if the issue persists.
Try an online search for king PC camera drivers and see what comes up, or go to the manufacturer site and look for driver downloads, that should solve the disc reading issue, however if your drive can't read it, maybe the disc file has become corrupted or your optical drive is failing. Also go to my computer, drive C, programs folder and see if the camera software is in there, chances are you can reinstall it from its original folder.
Here is the link to the website with the install discs of all manhattan cams I have also copied the instructions for your benefit. http://www.manhattan-support.com/driver-multimedia-cams.shtml
Make sure that the USB web camera is physically
disconnected from your computer.
Driver CD into cd-rom drive and allow
autorun menu to appear.
Proceed with installation by explicitly following
steps 1 through 3 of the autorun installation menu, restarting where
Connect the USB Web Camera to your PC.
Allow time for Camera drivers to be detected and
installed. Ignore all Windows logo certification (or similar)
messages and proceed with installation.
Click on Windows Start Menu and execute the Pharoah Eye software
note: make sure the camera is unplugged before installing. That should do it good luck, Lee
try to uninstall the software of the cam you have install. After finish
unistalling unplug you cam then restart your pc. after restarting try
to plug wait until the camera detected then it will they the driver of
the camera then insert the CD driver package of the camera. then follow
the instructions that appear when installing driver. If you have
downloaded the driver try to browse the file and follow the
instruction. After installing the driver restart your pc.