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There should be no problem with this - a couple of points worth noting 1) you will need to download DirectX to support your cam 2) If the laptop has a built-in webcam this will have to be disabled in your Device Manager Imaging folder - Expand the folder and right click on the webcam text for menu. 3) The latest webcam software can be downloaded from the website
Webcam software is notorious for remaining hooked up on old programs it was used in - even if you have exited the program correctly. You have to reboot the software by unplugging the camera for a few seconds from the USB If you want further advice visit the Logitech website - Identify your camera and click on it to navigate to the support page for your model
First check the camera and see if the button on the camera is stuck in the on position from the fall. If no, do this,
Go to "TOOLS", click on "OPTIONS," Then go to
"Audio Settings" and click on it. Make sure both the Microphone and
Speaker's are correctly chosen.Then
"make a free test call." Wait till the voice tells you to
record. Then when finished talking wait for the test persons voice to
insure your audio transmission is working. Then go back to options and
test your video settings. Click on Video Settings and proceed to set up
you video camera. Also, you can visit this site for additional
information to setup video.
Hope this helps. Bud
To use a Logitech camera on your Mac OS X computer, please purchase a Logitech camera that is UVC compliant, this camera will have basic functionality for use with a third party application but no additional features will be available such as (Rightlight, Rightsound or Video Effects)
All UVC Complaint Webcams listed in table below
This article applies to the following platforms: Macintosh OS X 10.4.9 - 10.5.2
The Logitech webcams listed below are UVC (Universal Video Class) compliant and can be used with operating systems which fully support this standard; including Mac OS 10.4.9 and above.
Please note that standard UVC drivers are provided by the Operating System and will provide minimal camera support only. Unique Logitech features, such as RightLight and Video Effects are not functional via UVC drivers.
Furthermore, we recommend the use of a full Logitech installation package, where available, for supported operating systems such as Windows XP and Windows Vista.
Camera Name P/N QuickCam Ultra Vision SE 860-00023 QuickCam Ultra Vision 861238 QuickCam Orbit/Sphere MP 861305 QuickCam Fusion 861304 QuickCam Pro 5000 861306 QuickCam Pro 9000 861464 QuickCam Pro for Notebooks 860-000026 QuickCam for Notebooks Pro 861303 QuickCam Communicate Deluxe 861235 QuickCam Deluxe for Notebooks 860-000009 QuickCam Orbit AF 860-000063
Try these, as the manufacturer's site is saying that the 3000 is not compatibl with Mac OS.