Is there a direct link to the file available? Do you guys have any ideas suggestions? Hi zoink, If you’re still following this thread, you might want to try this solution: I am on a bit system and based on some of the things I’ve heard on here, they have had no trouble. Can anyone help me?
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OS windows 7 home. Is there a direct link to the file available? Here are the issues that I’ve been having.
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Yes, I know Logitech Quickcam is very old and not officially supported in Windows SillyMan Windows 7 Ultimate x64 84 posts. I tried the same technique as I previously did for the 32bit but no luck. That was when I had Windows 7 32bit installed.
Both camera and built-in quickcma are reported as “Logitech Quickcam pro” in the Device Manager and driver I’ve tried with Vista compatibility notebookx also with XP and it just doesn’t want to work.
Windows 7 Ultimate x Now that I am running the 64bit version things are proving a little tricky. No problem with PRO ,works finebut had trouble with logitech so dumped it. Welcome to SevenForums btw!
Logitech QuickCam for Notebooks Pro drivers for Windows 7 x86
OS Windows Premium Home 7 64 bit. The C works quite well with Win7 x64, so I’m just wondering if the Quickcam Pro works with the bit version? Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. I am on a bit system and based on some of the things I’ve heard on here, they have had no trouble. But eventually my Windows 7 32 bit does eventually find a fully functional driver for it.
Do you guys have any ideas suggestions? Find More Posts by SillyMan. Can anyone help me?
Windows 7 x64bit doesn’t see my Logitech QuickCam for Notebooks Pro
Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC proo it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. Buy a new cam.
We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Hopefully it works for someone else: Find More Posts by edoubled.
The time now is Originally Posted by explorer just install quickcam However, I cannot seem to find Logitech QuickCam drivers that are compatible. Find More Posts by sharron. Sorry for being such a old dweeb, but I can’t find the above mentioned file on the Logitech downloads pages!
Of course the webcams are different, I was just hoping that the same principle might apply If you’ve found a different solution since posting this, please let us know! Previously I got the webcam working by using this work around: Similar help and support threads.