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I can't remove logitech itouch.

For some reason I can't remove Itouch. I try to access the setup but it says that "this software is not compatible with this operating system". But it's the same OS that I installed it on(maybe with some newer updates). I'm using Windows XP home edition with SP3 service pack. Please help.

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I think before this works, your going to need Windows XP Service Pack 2 i'm sorry to say... If not just scrap the whole thing and run on Vista and get hounded by a million start-up pop-ups

Posted on Jan 23, 2008

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SOURCE: is there a way how to revert back the SP3 to SP2 for windows XP without reformatting the computer?

you can try by reinstalling the software again, if the problem is not solved then you have to uninstall the sp3 and stick to sp2

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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Comment by Jerra: I got it to load for me when it asks you to connect to camera automatically, delete the tick. it took awhile to download from the disc.

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You will need to go to the Toshiba WEB site, to the support/download page, search for the video driver for Windows XP for your model laptop and install it on your laptop. There may be several version, download the latest.

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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SOURCE: location of the channel/connect button

ook at the side on the right of the keyboard just beneath the grey area. Its a round grey button with no labelling. Press the connect button on the IR module or the itouch icon on your system tray then press this button.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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