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Quickcam messenger install

Lost the cd, downloaded the installation package but Windows still says it can't install the new hardware because of missing software.

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Re: quickcam messenger install

Make sure that you install all of the software before you plug in the camera, it should ask you to plug in the camera if it needs it. Also, try using a different USB plug when you do so.

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