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Re: Mac OS X Driver
This article covers whether a QuickCam work on a Macintosh computer.
This article applies to the following operating systems:
Mac OS 10.1.5 - 10.2.6
NOTE: Later versions of OSX are not supported by QuickCam.
To use a Logitech camera on your Mac OS X computer, please consider
the following models: QuickCam Orbit, QuickCam Pro 4000, QuickCam Zoom
P/N 961325-0403, the Pocket Digital and the Pocket Digital 130. The
Logitech Pocket Digital 130 is supported natively, so all you have to
do is plug it in. You can then use it in iPhoto™, a program that comes
with Mac OS® X.
To use the Pocket Digital, you must install the Pocket Digital driver, available HERE. You can then use it in iPhoto™, a program that comes with Mac OS® X.
If you would like to use any of the other cameras mentioned, you must install QuickCam 8.0.1, included with the camera.
NOTE: QuickCam 8.0.1 should only be installed in Mac OS 10.1.5 - 10.2.6. Mac OS 9 (OS 9.0.4 - 9.2.2)
To use a Logitech camera on your Mac OS 9 computer, please consider the
following models: QuickCam Pro 3000®, QuickCam® Pro 4000 and the
QuickCam® for Notebooks Pro. In order for these cameras to work, you
must install QuickCam 5.0.1, which is included with the camera. It is
also available HERE.
For additional information regarding UVC camera support under Mac OS 10.4.9 please see article 6471
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The eMac uses a G4 processor, and is limited to Mac OS 10.5.x. The most recent version of Flash Player that will run on it is Flash Player 10.1 (if you are running OS 10.4 or later), or Flash Player 9.0.280 if you are still running OS 10.3. Note that not all web content will work these older versions - in particular, Facebook video inserts will incorrectly claim you don't even have Flash installed instead of playing!
I have a possible solution, but it would be helpful to know what operating system you have on your eMac. Mac OS X is the Mac operating system. Do you have Mac OS X 10.2, 10.3, or 10.4, for example.
Solution:Do you have your system discs for your eMac or an Mac OS X installation disc? You'll need it to fix the problem. Use the newest disc you have.
WARNING: There is a _slight_ risk of loss of your data (pictures, documents, etc.) when reinstalling your operating system. Backing up your precious photos and other documents is critical!
1. If the eMac is on, hold down the power button until it turns off.
2. Turn the eMac while holding down the mouse button.
3. When the CD/DVD drive opens, put the system disc in (use disc #1 if you have more than one disc).
4. Turn the machine off again by holding down the power button.
5. Turn the machine on while holding down the C key on the keyboard to boot from CD (or DVD).
6. Wait until the eMac boots from your system disc.
7. You should see the install screen. There should be an Options button. Click the Options button.
8. One of the choices will be to do an "Archive and Install". Go ahead and do an "Archive and Install", which will reinstall the operating system but leave your photos and other files. See cautions above. **Do _NOT_ click the option to ERASE the hard drive** or you'll lose all your photos, etc.
9. Once it's all done (expect it to take an hour or more), you should be able to use your computer normally.
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Insert your Mac OS disk and attempt a restart with the C key held down. It may be that your eMac isn't recognizing it's hardrive... You can launch disk utilties off the menu of the OS disk and try to remount your hardrive on your emac... See if this gets it back.
Sounds like some of your system files may have been corrupted. Restart your computer with you OS disc, and when it launches, go to the top menu and look for "Disk Utilitiy". Launch and see if you can repair the files that way. If not you may have to reinstall the system software. If so, choose the option that won't erase your info on your drive. Last resort is to wipe the drive clean and reinstall the OS fresh, but this will erase everything. Before erasing everything, if you have access to a second mac, you can connect the emac to the other mac via a firewire cable, turn on your emac in hard drive mode by starting it while holding down the "T" key. You'll get a firewire icon on the screen. Then turn on the second mac... you can off load any files to the second mac and then reinstall the OS via the OS discs. Best of success. k
Oh, there's no problem. I don't have an Optio 750z, but I do have an Optio 30 and it's older. Just tested with an iBook G4 that I just have installed Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.2 in. When the camera is attaced and turned on, iPhoto will open automatically and you have the option of import the images to your computer - you can also mark the "Delete images from the camera". The camera will also appear on the Finder desktop as a removable disc. So, seems to be no need for extra software.