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Logitech desktop messenger lacks a the id seperator

When i log on a notification keeps appearing saying logitech desktop messenger lacks a the id seperator. having no idea what this means its becoming very annoting as it gives you no idea of letting you know how to fix it. ive tried to restore the computer to an earlier time but thats not helped

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  • truckertwoso Oct 17, 2008

    I too have the same problem. When I log on an error comes up, "Logitech desktop messenger lacks id separator'. I've also tried restoring my computer to an earlier time, with no results. I have figured out that it indeed has something to do with my webcam, and even unhooked it from my computer, but the error still comes up?

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What's the title and exact message again?  It sounds like something went haywire in that program's settings; make a backup of them (or rename the files) and make a new settings file, or reinstall the program.  Fixed?

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This is an automated self-installer of Logitech® Desktop Messenger.
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  2. Install WinRAR if not already installed yet.
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