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If you are happy with it running on a different OS try running it in Compatibility Mode Right click on the desktop camera icon Select 'Properties' Select 'Compatibility' tab Check the CM mode box and select the OS from the dropdown box Click 'Apply' & 'OK'
I used a Logitech quick cam on XP and it was always lousy, grainy etc. The latest (old) drivers for it are on the Logitech Web Site. Invest in a Logitech Pro 9000 if you use XP or a higher version of Windows it works beautifully and is HD quality with fantastic sound. Amazon has deals on them.
her u bought a log. cam is latest it has some fitures like hi resulation and process with pictures so u need to do change cam resulation in camera setting then selacat low then try it's help u..:)