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Check 1) If the webcam has a focus ring around the lens to sharpen the image 2) if your computer has the necessary powered USB ports for this model 3) Launch the logitech dashboard (toolbar) start the cam using the Quick Capture menu and adjust while running using the Settings Menu
Launch the logitech toolbar from your desktop or from 'All programs' Start your webcam from the Quick Capture menu (2 film frames pic) Open the Settings menu (2 gear wheels) and check the colour intensity setting by using the slider.
Some webcams have a focus ring around the lens that you rotate others rely on the software for a good focal length Launch your Logitech toolbar from the desktop or from 'All programs' Click on the 'Quick Capture' menu (2 photo frames picture) to start your webcam. With the webcam running click on the 'Settings' menu (2 gearwheels picture) Here you can adjust all your settings to achieve the best image
I used a Logitech quick cam on XP and it was always lousy, grainy etc. The latest (old) drivers for it are on the Logitech Web Site. Invest in a Logitech Pro 9000 if you use XP or a higher version of Windows it works beautifully and is HD quality with fantastic sound. Amazon has deals on them.
The disc you need is called a driver , you could download this program from limewire , just 1st try to download any logitech driver , if that doesnt work please message me and i WILL find out the model of your cam , bye hope i helped :)