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Quick Cam Pro 5000, isn't recognized...

It was working just fine, and for no reason, the software wouldn't recognize that the camera was plugged in. It gave me some kind of warning when i plugged it in - like i always do - it was about installing software (can't remember exactly what . I've installed the latest software, and the software is up to date and works fine, however it keeps telling me that there is no camera plugged in while it is plugged in to a usb port??? whats the deal, why won't it recognize the camera?

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Download the latest driver for your OS (i assume you are using windowsXP). Then when it asks you for the driver direct the location to the place where you have downloaded the latest from logitech.

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