Old quick cam vc, never used with old coumputer, now hanve new computer and install disk will not install with xp, does any one know where i can get drivers fdor this web cam for xp thanks for your help Rich
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Unplug your cam uninstall any current webcam software restart your computer visit the logitech website - identify your cam and click on the picture http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/405/&cl=us,en?prodcrid=405 download the installer. run the installation set up and note the options - you may not want the Logitech Chat but the Desktop icon is a must. Note - you will also need DirectX download to support your webcam - this is probably covered in the installer Connect your webcam when prompted.
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.
DO you realize that this camera cost around 900 US$? - Might be a little overkill for VOIP. Apart form that it is an excellent camera. Have look at the manual here. The camera connects via RS232 (9DSub) or 8pin DSub and you can/have to download the software form Canon's web page.