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I have loaded the software from disc supplied with my webcam 9000 but keep getting told that upgrades are required when I start my computer. If I say yes upgrade deletes software already installed gets halfway through loading them I get a message error 1702 a problem with the windows installer package requiring a script. Then left high and dry and have to reload the disc.

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    Palmbeach May 11, 2010

    Try going to the windows update site and downloading all the latest critical updates for your operating system. Then try again.

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Completely uninstall everything associated with the initial install of the camera, might require going into the registry and looking for any instance of the camera. Before you try reinstalling, make sure you have the most recent version of explorer as new scripts require updated IExplorer.

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I have a logitech quick campro 9000 and i need a software driver for windows 7 how can i download it


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Ok maybe you can try this:

- get the software for the camera and extract into a folder in desktop (to keep it at hand mainly)
- plug in camera and wait for the Guide to a new device thingy, where it asks you to insert cd.
- now most times the computer asks you to insert cd or indicate location of installation folder, instead of cd, try to look for an option to browse to the directory where you extracted the files.

If that works, you will be able to get the basic drivers installed and when you restart, guide won't appear anymore because won't be a new device, and then u could install additional software.

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Disconnect webcam
Uninstall current webcam software
Restart computer
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http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/405/&cl=us,en?prodcrid=405
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I have a quickcam V11.9 but I don't have any other number and I dont have a manual. What is the FN key? How do I find out notes to get it to work? It was a present from my son and I got it boxed but I did...


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Uninstall your webcam software
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