03-18-2012 05:22 PM
I saw a lot of trouble on the boards with Windows 8 installations but I didn't see any solutions (at least any clearly marked ones--if this has been posted before, my apologies). I didn't have any trouble setting up Logitech Webcam software for my C910 or SetPoint for my MX Revolution following these steps:
1) download installer for desired driver to desktop
2) right-click installer and select "Properties"
3) go to the "Compatibility" tab
4) check the box "Run this program in compatibility mode for:"
5) select "Windows 7" in the dropdown box
6) click Apply
7) right-click installer and select "Run as Administrator"
8) approve any Windows security alerts
Driver should install as normal at this point.
Hope this helps everyone. I have no idea if installing this way will help with the other driver issues people are experiencing.
03-20-2012 12:13 PM
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