04-01-2010 01:00 PM
Ok, at least can you tell me why QC Pro 5000 is not compatible? I understand there maybe hardware problem but if it is just a way for logitech to get me buy a new webcam, my next webcam won't be logitech. I buy your mouse/kb/webcam for friends/family/clients and found it quite good for what most people use it for. I will even PAY for a new driver as it cost $$ to program a new one. Thanks in advance!
04-17-2010 06:19 AM
i agree ive bought about 5 products in 6 months... this is just stupid how they make a webcam thats better than most of theirs not compatible with win7 thats called ******* money wasting to get a NEW ONE! :@!
07-09-2010 03:31 PM
There seems to be a Windows driver in the released version of W7, but for some reason it seemed to stop working on my PC when it went to sleep. Came looking for a Logitech driver but came away with the same frustration.
Never fear - the driver rlowens pointed to (see below) works for me. The automatic gain didn't set correctly, but I adjusted it manually, and set white balance to auto, and voila! no prob:
"I'm using ftp://ftp.logitech.com/pub/techsupport/quickcam/lw s100_x64.exe on Windows 7 x64.
For 32-bit, I'd try ftp://ftp.logitech.com/pub/techsupport/quickcam/lw s100.exe"
if anybody's found a better solution please let us know.