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First go to Control Panel, hardware, Devices and look for your webcam. Go through the tabs to make sure it is Enabled. If you don't see your webcam, or you can't click enable, then you will need to reload the software drivers, either from disc or the manufacturer's website. Once you think you have it working you may want to reboot your computer, and then try the free webcam test tool.
I fixed the problem. Uninstall ed everything and anything that said Logitech from the system. Detached the cam, then rebooted. Then I installed the software & Drivers. Then plugged in the cam and it worked. Had to upgrade the mic drivers for some reason the logitech software debunked it.
hi, well xp is a better OS than 98 ( i think) ... few things you should know that xp is pre-installed with lotsa drivers..but on the other hand 98 isn't .. so each time you put in a USB device you need to install the driver for that device( eg your camera, pen drive etc...) . this drivers would be there accompanied with your device. hope it helps regards bzoy
Here are some "Driver" links below..