01-25-2011 05:45 AM
I purchased a C910 which does not work under Win XP 64-bit. Everytime an application (like "Quick Capture" from Logitech Webcam Software, Skype, Movie Maker) tries to access the camera, this application "hangs" (all these applications detect the camera). System reboot is required.
I tried the camera on a Windows 7 32-bit and it worked fine there.
The camera is plugged directly into a pc's USB-port. Logitech Webcam Software is of ver. 2.1 build 13.10.1224.
Any help would be appreciated.
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01-25-2011 09:00 AM
Does this issue occur when the camera is installed in UVC Mode?
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