I work from a Mac OSX and had to reset my password after a recent crash. I managed that, but cannot get my cam to work. I have the disk, but am sans instructions. I wonder if I need a driver?
Any info would help,
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If there has been no software modifications in your Mac is very unlikely that it's a driver problem - almost surely the webcam itself has failed. The only way to test that is by installing it in a Windows box.
This camera should work with the default driver but this one http://webcam-osx.sourceforge.net/ will also do the job.
ok , I suspect that the problem is not the changing of the Mac os from one to the other ..but the fact that when you reinstalled you lost the driver of the cammera for Mac Operating system ....you see...those web cams came on with drivers for microsoft OS in general ...and when you tried to put it using the original disc...it was useless ....probably someone provide you a driver for Mac before...and thats the reason that worked and now dont ...I found a dricer for Mac os ...probably it will fit...Im not sure cause Im do not use Mac ...but try it anyway ...and if it works...save it on a disk for future.... in any case let me know....! Good Luck ! http://www.mediafire.com/file/dzmyx0dgzwn/qc801mac_enu.dmg
In order to use this model under a mac OS you will need a software called macam, find the list of compatible devices here: http://webcam-osx.sourceforge.net/cameras/index.php
The download link here:
Please note that this model has been designed for a windows environnement and macam might not provide the full functionality of your device.
Thanks and have a nice day
No installation needed on my Mac (1.8 Ghz PowerPC G5, OSX 10.5.5) to use the 1322AF; just plug the cam in your USB port. The camera is detected automatically when starting a relevant program (f.e. Skype). Unfortunaley Photo Booth crashes sometimes (!) Also the software "CrazyTalk" (included) is for Windoze users only.
Hope it works for your guys, too...
i dont know if this will help, i coulndt get my quickcam to work (didnt seem to even recognize it was plugged in ) but i got this and it works now , just follow the readme file it will tell u where to put the patch to make it work, :)
The Logitech QuickCam Messenger does not officially support Mac, but this (http://webcam-osx.sourceforge.net) website appears to have drivers with will allow the webcam to work correctly on your Mac. Or you can just download the drivers directly with this link: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/webcam-osx/macam.0.9.1.dmg?download