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Cumptur shut down

Loaded the cd , all ok it said 2 plug in the webcam then it shuts down, it starts up again but will keeping off till i unplug the cam.windows xp 2005. thanks 4 eny help...

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Normal 0 There are a number of things that can cause the camera to freeze up the computer or the camera.
First I’d check to see how much memory is installed in the computer. It takes additional memory to operate the camera.
Hope this helps. Bud

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