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Just go to logitech's website look at the top of the screen it should say something like drivers or software. They also show pictures of the various web cams they make so you should be able to match your web cam to one of the pictures. Download the latest drivers, but before you do this unplug your webcam from your computer. Then install the drivers you just downloaded. Then it will either prompt you to plug your web cam back in or wait until the software finish's installing then plug your web cam back in. You will see a pop up telling you a new device or drivers are being installed. Once that completes you will probably have to adjust the video image and the sound after that you can use your web cam whenever you want too.
I hope this helps you out.
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