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The cord i am using to hook up to computer has 2 numbers on them. I will give that to you also, to see if it helps:
I have the blue and beige cam so i need to find CD, for free...
I believe that the buddycam was a marketing name for their Messenger series cameras in a two pack.
The Messenger drivers are located here: http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/480/3378&hub=1&selectedcrid=0&selectedcid=3378&cl=us,en
(it's a legacy webcam, so it isn't on their normal support page, you need to go down to the bottom and say you didn't see your model)
That may get you the drivers, but if there was special connection software, the above might not help. If you are just using it for connecting via MS Messanger, AIM, or some other IM program, you should be fine with just that.
There are official "BuddyCam" drivers on some of the third party driver sites on the web, but I am always leary about using those sites since I don't have a high level of trust that the drivers were not manipulated or messed with. I like software from manufacturer sites.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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