You might have to force the install by saying you have disc but people above have said how to do that. Wednesday, February 17, 9: This device needs the sensor configuration from the Creative driver from PDev. You have to find the camera in device manager, it’ll be an unknown device of some sort, then you go to properties, update driver. Monday, August 09, 1: I uploaded my files:
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It mentions that there are drivers on this site: Windows 7 Hardware Webcxm. Sunday, January 24, 9: Tuesday, June 08, Monday, November 28, 4: Proposed as answer by dilkur Wednesday, February 17, 8: Thursday, February 09, 9: Sunday, March 18, Edited creativ dilkur Wednesday, February 17, 9: I have the same problem THank you. Thursday, July 22, 1: Proposed as answer by Efotofix Tuesday, September 07, 7: Windows 7 IT Pro.
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I meant to do this myself actually but never got around to it. Windows 10 – 64Bit Hi Gimdfwl take a look here http: A link to a modified usbvm31b. I’d appreciate if someone with more knowledge and skills could identify why this solution isn’t working for me. I have the same issue as yourself and I was wondering if you ever got your cam to work?
I have the same webcam. As Logitech no longer supports this device, there won’t likely be Windows wdbcam drivers for it. Thursday, November 18, Anyone knows how to solve this?
Worked like a charm for me thanks! Hopefully people who need the driver will find it: You have to find the camera in device manager, it’ll be an unknown device of some sort, then you go to properties, update driver.
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Saturday, July 31, 3: The ‘add legacy hardware’ wizard is a failsafe whose intention is to allow arbitrary device software to be added even if the device isn’t allowing for new drivers. I found a solution after looking up my camera in mac cam’s database: I’m using the camera fine and dandy on Windows 7 x64 myself, so I know it works.
Remove From My Forums. How strange, I experienced none of the issues you describe.
I tried some things my self but couldn’t get it to work.