Question about Logitech Quickcam IM 961361-0403 Webcam
You will most likely need to select the "Multilingual 32-bit" option. If you're using the 64-bit version of Windows XP or Windows Vista, then select "Multilingual 64-bit"; the "normal" versions (that almost everyone uses) of XP & Vista are 32-bit.
To explain this a little further, here's how to tell if your PC is even capable of using a 64-bit operating system. Right click on "My Computer" and select "Properties", then select the "Advanced" tab. Near the bottom, select "Environment Variables". Scroll down the "System variables" until you find "PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE" (under the "Variable" column). If the value shows "x86", your pc has a 32-bit processor; if the value shows "x64", your PC has a 64-bit processor. Cancel out of this.
Using the software from the web site is much more current, anyway; the software on the CD that came with my camera was very outdated.
Hope this helps.
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