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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
So you know the cam is ok and the cable, so you will have to point to the usb port not being able to push enough power through the cable to the camera as it must take a higher voltage than the other cam. Make sure that the other cam software is uninstalled and you have done registry clean in case of conflicts and also try using a different usb port but install the camera with the driver again using the extension in it, aplogies if you did, i am assuming you may have installed the camera directly without the extension cable.
Posted on Apr 30, 2007
I think this a problem with a USB driver. I had a similar problem once with a USB mouse and keyboard, when running XP. I never isolated the reasons for it happening, but I uninstalled the USB drivers for both and reinstalled them and rebooted and the problem disappeared.
Maybe try uninstalling the Logitech driver and then doing a Registry Clean (and a Clean System) with nCleaner and then downloading the latest zipfile for your webcam model from the Logitech support webpage.
Then plug the webcam in. It will detect and try to look for drivers but not be able to find any.
Now unzip the driver to a folder. Go to Control panel > System > Device Manager, and look for the Unknown Device with a yellow exclamation mark next to it. Double click it to open the driver window and then click the Driver tab. Press Install Driver and choose the 'Browse Computer for Driver' type option and navigate to the folder you unzipped the driver to, select it and open it.
It will Install and then you should reboot.
The problem should be solved, unless some IRQ conflict still happens, in which case you should do a Scan for Errors with an operating system disk.
SO, to sum up, when in doubt, uninstall the driver, clean the registry,reinstall the latest driver, reboot!
Hope that helps
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
Have you checked the recording settings in Windows and in Skype? Try changing the default recording device to specifically indicate the device that has your headset plugged. I think the webcam also has a mic and that should not be selected.
Other thing to check is if there is some kind of resource conflict between your USB controller and audio card (use Device Manager).
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
Depending on your windows operating systems of you might need to go to their web site and download driver to run your device both drivers are under the support section I have the link for the software you need to download to make you can run the unrecognized message means that your computer does not have the proper drivers to run the device here is the URL all you have to do select your operating system http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/435/3056&cl=us,en?WT.ac=sc|downloads||dd a quick tip if 32 bit download doesn't work or your computer doesn't understand the file try the 64 bit
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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