11-16-2008 03:14 AM
I like the QuickCam Pro for Notebooks quite a bit, however is there a way to deactivate the tedious snapshot button on top of the cam? You may call me clumsy but close to every time I touch the cam I create an absolutely undesired picture of myself and/or the things next to me.
(My question refers primarly to Windows XP.)
Many thanks in advance,
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11-16-2008 04:51 AM
Unfortunately, there is not.
(Note - Opening the camera will void your warranty.)
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