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Go To the Logitech web site and select downloads and drivers . Follow the directions and it will ask you for your web cam model number and then it will allow you to download the drivers for your web cam.
IF your web cam doesn't install automatically then see the manufacturers web site to download a nes driver. Without a model number I cant direct you to the exact site. IF they dont have it listed anymore than try driverguide.com you will have to sign up but it is anetwork of people like this to help you find a driver.
I don't think many people have a trouble free web cam, whatever make or model of pc or web cam.
I get echo and feed back; if that's wot you mean by static, or do you litterly mean static.
Helps to have your volume down a touch and the person who you are speaking to also, especially if it has a built in microphone(sorry, not checked your model), a seperate microphone is best as it's away from any possible speaker feedback from your pc's speakers, or any other clse electrical interference.
Hope this relieves it a little.