05-18-2011 07:16 AM - edited 05-18-2011 07:19 AM
Two and a half years ago, I bought a Logitech Quickcam Pro 9000. The cam worked nice on my Windows Vista 32 Bit, absolutely no problems. But on my new Windows 64 Bit, when I start a cam session, the cam freezes after a time (I already tried Windows Live Messenger and Skype). The cam still works perfectly on my old Windows Vista. On both Computers, I updated the Cam software.
I hope you can help me. Thanks
I forgot to say, that when the cam is frozen and I close the Windows Live Messenger Window, the messenger is frozen, and when I try to enable it again, it doesn't work. Then, when I try to restart my PC, it can't shut down, and I have to push the PC button, to shut it down.
05-18-2011 02:11 PM
Thank you for posting your query to the Logitech community Forums.
For testing purposes have you tried unplugging the webcam, uninstalling the Logitech webcam software and then plugging in the camera again? The camera will still work but with the native drivers that came with the computer called UVC drivers.
Please contact us with the results.
05-19-2011 01:06 PM
Thanks for the answer.
I did everything you said, but my cam still freezes
I uninstalled everything fron logitech and I threw the folders on my PC away, but in the control panel, the icon of the program "Logitech Webcam Software" is after being uninstalled still there. When I try to uninstall the program again, the window just shows up and it disappears after a second, I did a picture, I hope it helps. But it is in German, if you need an traduction, just say it
05-20-2011 07:25 AM
Thank you for the image and thank you for posting again to the Logitech Community Forums.
Where you uninstalled everything that says Logitech I am going to ask you to install the software again. Once te software is installed I am going to ask you to install Revouninstaller by clicking here and then uninstall all Logitech. This program will not only uninstall Logitech but will uninstall anything in the registry that pertains to Logitech.
Once uninstalling through Revouninstaller is complete try installing again.
05-20-2011 12:32 PM
Thank you for the tipp, but after having done everything you said, it still doesnt work
I installed it again, than I removed it with revouninstaller, and then I installed it, and now it still doesnt work
05-20-2011 12:44 PM
Can you give me the P/N number on the black tag on the cord?
05-20-2011 03:06 PM
Thank you for your post again.
Very quickly I'm going to ask you to go to www.speedtest.net and run a speedtest. On this page click on BEGIN TEST. The only two figures I need is the upload and download speed.
Looking forward to see what the results are.
Again, thank you for your patience!
05-23-2011 06:20 AM - edited 05-23-2011 06:21 AM
Thank you for the speedtest. Our webcam is fine. Your issue is your upload speed. Your upload speed should be, at the minimum, 1Mbps. In a situation like this you would have to contact your ISP (the company where you have your internet through, and advise them of the result of your Upload/Download test. The ISP is the only ones that can manipulate these figures.
Hope this helps!