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Logitech Camera wont even turn on

I installed my logitech webcam correctly and got everything ready, but when I activate the program it doesnt register as connected. The computer realizes a driver is connected, but the actual program keeps telling me to reconnect the camera, which has no effect. I would appreciate any help. Thanks for your time, Paul

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  • queenb65 May 04, 2008

    I am having the same problem with my cam it sees it but wont turn on

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    I have the same problem.

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Are you connecting it directly to the computer, or through a USB hub?

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I'm having the same problem it keeps telling me to reconnect ...

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Thanks for your query. I am connecting direct via a usb cable. I am not using a usb hub. regards Mognac

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