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Quickcam camera icon is missing?

I had to reinstall the camara and the camara icon is missing some of my files got corrupted when the computer was turned off without shutting down the computer first. How can I recover the icon so I can preview the pictures and do videos like before?

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Do you mean the desktop icon itself, or the taskbar icon?

If you just want the desktop icon back, navigate to "program files / logitech/ quickam" folder. Right click on the "quickcam" (it will have a pic of the eyeball camera). Click "create shortcut". Drag that shortcut icon to the desktop.

To make the the taskbar icon, make another shorcut, and drag it to the taskbar.

Good luck!

Posted on Jan 08, 2008

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When receiving the 2711 error during Logitech QuickCam/Image Studio software installation, please perform the following steps:
  1. Use Add/Remove programs in the Control Panel to uninstall any current installation of QuickCam/ImageStudio software. For Microsoft Windows 95, 98, ME or NT
    1. Click Start, Settings, then Control Panel.
    2. Double click the icon labeled Add/Remove Programs.
    3. Highlight the desired program in the list provided (QuickCam or ImageStudio).
    4. Click Add/Remove Programs located in the bottom right of the list provided.
    For Microsoft Windows 2000 or XP
    1. Click Start. followed by Control Panel.
    2. Double click the icon labeled Add/Remove Programs.
    3. Highlight the desired program in the list provided (QuickCam or ImageStudio).
    4. Click the button labeled Remove located in the bottom right of the program selected.
  2. Navigate to C:\Program Files\Logitech.
    1. Double click the icon on the desktop labeled My Computer.
    2. Double click the icon labeled C:\(computer name).
    3. Double click the yellow folder labeled Program Files.
    4. Double click the yellow folder labeled Logitech.
  3. Delete any folders for QuickCam/ImageStudio.
    1. Select the yellow folder with the QuickCam or ImageStudio names.
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  4. Delete all files located in the Windows temporary directory C:\Windows\Temp or C:\WinNT\Temp
    1. Double click the icon on the desktop labeled My Computer.
    2. Double click the icon labeled C:\(computer name).
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    4. Double click the yellow folder labeled Temp.
    5. On the menu across the top of the window, click Edit followed by Select All.
    6. On the menu across the top of the window, click File followed by Delete.
    7. Click OK.
  5. Reinstall QuickCam/ImageStudio
    1. Remove and reinsert the QuickCam/ImageStudio CD and follow the prompts OR
    2. Double click on the downloaded ImagStudio file.
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