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Logitech Quickcam messenger

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by Yohannez, Apr 20, 2004.

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  1. Yohannez

    Yohannez Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    Yesterday I purchased the Logitech Quickcam Messenger and after working fine initially several problems occured.

    First of all, after a minute of using it with MSN messenger 6.1 showing it to friends, Messenger came to a complete stop. Closing Messenger using task manager was of no use and shutting the system (windows XP) down the official way didn't work either, XP couldn't shut down 'LVcomSWX.exe', and therefore XP wouldn't shut down.

    Having encountered this, i downloaded and installed the latest software from the logitech website, furthermore installing messenger 6.1 again, but of no use. They still don't seem to work together.

    But now, the software for the camera is creating problems as well. I can start the software, but when i click on Quickcapture, the Logitech software comes to a standstill. I can now only shut it down using taskmanager.

    Does anyone have any ideas about what is going wrong here, do i have a faulty webcam, is it the software?
    Thanks very much in advance

    Johannes Visser
     
  2. Akito

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    Just curious, what resolution are you at?
     
  3. Yohannez

    Yohannez Thread Starter

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    You mean my screen or webcam?

    Screen is 1024x768, webcam was 640x356
     
  4. Akito

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    Bah, I messed up. I thought I had a logitech cam, and there's a bug related to screen resolution. My bad. Sorry!
     
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