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Hi,
i am from hyderabad, india.
i have brought JVC840.am6 PCLi360 Model JVC webcam ,
The problem with this is drivers are not get fully supported and these drivers are not certified logo with windows XP SP2.
but these drivers are with webcam for the usb support and installation.

please get me help through this..

Thank you

Posted on Jul 03, 2008

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What is happening here is when the camera is plugged in it is drawing more current then the port can handle. This is likely the cause of a short in the camera and is not something that is easily fixed on your own. If you still have the receipt for the camera from where you bought it take the camera back and exchange it for a new one. Otherwise you can try plugging it into different ports on your computer but the same message is likely to still occur.

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When i m connecting my cam , it wil cm : a usb device has exceeded the power limits of its hub port.


You will either need to remove other usb devices, or buy a powered USB hub as your computer cannot provide enough power for all the usb devics connected to it. What else is connected to the usb?
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When you installed the camera did you use generic Windows drivers? If so, try going to the logitech website and downloading the latest drivers for the web-cam. Unplug the camera before installing the new drivers, it may prompt you to plug in your camera, if not plug it in once the installation is complete. Restart your computer and make sure your plugged in as well if it is a laptop. Another reason for no response could be no power is coming through the USB port, either because the power connection is burnt out (this doesn't mean that powered USB devices don't work in the port) or it reverted to a 1.1 version of USB. This is a common glitch that can usually be fixed by changing USB ports or restarting the computer. Make sure you don't have too many devices being powered only through the USB port. If any USB product also comes with an adapter always use that adapter if possible instead of using the USB to power it. This will ensure a longer life of your ports. If the latest drivers are installed and you know you have a working USB port that provides power then you more than likely have a bum camera. (Electronics generally fail either very early or very late in their life cycle)

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Just a suggestion: Windows can disable the USB ports to save power. This setting is in Windows and it does not matter if the computer is a desktop or laptop. You can test to see if this is the cause. Turn the computer completely off, let it sit for 5 seconds or so and then power it back on. If the web camera turns on and works after the reboot, the Operating System is powering the USB ports down and causing the issue.

You can tell Windows to leave the USB port powered on all of the time. Click START, and go to the CONTROL PANEL. Double click the SYSTEM icon, go to the HARDWARE tab and then click the DEVICE MANAGER button.

This brings up a new window that lists all of the hardware that is in your computer. Click the + (plus sign) next to the UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS CONTROLLERS entry. Scroll down to each USB ROOT HUB entry, right click each entry and click PROPERTIES.

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Firstly, it's recommended that you make sure every one of your motherboard drivers are completely up-to-date, but you probably already knew that.

In XP, after a USB port isn't used for a long while the USB driver built into the OS sets the OHCI controller to suspend. When you plug a device back in, it can sometimes fail to 'wake up' properly. This problem was supposedly fixed in SP1 but there is a related registry hack that may still be able to help.

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Sergio
Todo: Check USB port
Howto:
061027085005_16154.png Refit the USB cable into the port.
061027085005_16154.png Plug the webcam into another USB port.
061027085005_16154.png Use an external powered USB-Hub. Some USB ports on computers do not have enough power to feed USB devices (this mostly occurs with laptops).
061027085005_16154.png Try to install the webcam on another computer.
Todo: Update your computer
HowTo: Update the USB driver in Windows

USB driver update in
WindowsXP
061027085005_16154.png Click Start -> Control Panel -> System
061027085005_16154.png Click the tab Hardware and then click on Device manager
061027085005_16154.png Click at the bottom of the tree on the + sign before Universal Serial Bus controllers
061027085005_16154.png Select the first entry, right mouse click and click on Update driver...
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061027085005_16154.png Follow the steps to update the USB driver
Windows2000
061027085005_16154.png Click Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> System
061027085005_16154.png Click the tab Hardware and then click on Device manager
061027085005_16154.png At the bottom of the tree click on the + sign before Universal Serial Bus controllers
061027085005_16154.png Click on General USB Hub, right mouse click and click on Properties
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061027085005_16154.png Click on the tab Driver and click on the button Update Driver.
061027085005_16154.png Follow the steps to update the USB driver
Todo: (re)install the latest driver
HowTo:
061027085005_16154.png Deinstall any webcam driver (Philips drivers or webcam drivers from other brands you might have installed in the past)
061027085005_16154.png Cleanup the computer with for instance CCleaner (select Issues (1) and click Scan for Issues(2). Fix issues if necessary)
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061027085005_16154.png Download and install the latest driver.

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