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Does your computer see other USB devices?
Does your computer make any sort of noise or pop up any sort of window/error message when you plug in your Camera?
Does the Camera work on any other computer?
Your computer should give you some indication that a USB device has been installed, if it doesn't then there is something wrong with the device or the computer.
I have an external Card Reader that either works or doesn't. No Idea why this happens... the computer either sees the Reader but wont install the drivers, or sees the Reader and works perfectly.
I can only assume that it is either the cable that is attached to it or there is some sort of fault internally. But, my computer always lets me know if the device was installed properly.
the pc could not recognize your web cam, try to plug out your usb web cam and blow or wipe the usb of your usb webcam. also try to plug it in to other usb port of your pc. if nothing happens, maybe the web cam it is the problem. and just to make sure that the web cam your using is the problem, try other usb web cam to see if its working on your pc. if the other web cam works on your pc, the web cam your using is damage, and if the other webcam is also not working, the usb ports of your computer is the problem. thank you for choosig fixya. if you have other question regarding to this problem, just post it.
Firstly you need to determine if the problem lies with your webcam or with your USB port. You can determine this by plugging a different device into the same port, such as a flash stick or external hard drive. Also test your webcam by plugging it into a different computer. If another computer fails to detect your webcam you may have to replace your webcam as they are relatively inexpensive and not worth repairing.
Try plugging it in prior to opening your browser. Sometimes browsers won't pick up a new USB device until they relaunch. When you open the browser go to the webcam test site to verify you can see yourself. If you still can't see yourself try completely removing the webcam driver and reinstalling, either from disk or from Logitech.com under their Support tab.
How much memory do you have installed in your
computer? It may need to be, increased, as this is likely to be the cause
of your computer freezing, rebooting, times out, or shutting down.
Hope this is of some help. Bud