From: Steve Miller on 2 Apr 2008 07:03
An other good thought was to enable 'repost video on STR resume' in the BIOSs settings.
"Steve Miller" <misterblues39(a)hotmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:%23TpAuz8kIHA.4076(a)TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
> Today, I installed the cam and update prior to the latest version of the messenger I'm
> using, currently. I think that was the clue The greenlight on top of the cam did not flicker
> so nervous than it used to when the messenger connected to respectively disconnected
> from the cam. It was rather as if the Windows program would connect to the cam or
> Thanks for reading,
> Vacuum was when the volume of the zero room was greater
> than the volume of the mass of its particles.
> Please visit my personal web space.
> "Steve Miller" <misterblues39(a)hotmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:OILJjPzkIHA.3636(a)TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>> Thank you for your reply. I found a Microsoft article explaining a workaround.
>> I unplugged the camera and, after boot up, plugged it into an other usb root hub.
>> The cam then was being by found and worked. Today again not. I think its an
>> issue with messenger software I have installed. However the cam now is up an
>> running. I downloaded an update that I installed, and downloaded and installed
>> the latest version of the messenger program afterwards.
>> I hope its gonna working tomorrow after reboot. The cam but was a nice piece
>> of hardware. It got a round base socket on that it's sitting on my CRT, that can
>> be flipped open in part to also clip on top of a LCD. Very nicely done. I do
>> love such details. The other cam I've had before could not even just sit on top
>> of rhe screen since it's cable was pulling the lens upright.
>> I had the cam installed prior than now, and I recall it was working fine back
>> then. Perhaps some issue with the messenger program that was new?
>> "Woody" <TheDuck(a)pond.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:v6VHj.5719$qT6.3686(a)nlpi070.nbdc.sbc.com...
>>> You don't remove the software by removing from device manager. You have to go to Add/Remove programs and remove Microsoft
>>> LifeCam. Then check for it in device manager and remove if there. Unplug the camera and then you cam reinstall if you want.
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>>>> "Steve Miller" <misterblues39(a)hotmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:%23YR1qDXkIHA.1680(a)TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
>>>>> Hello NG!
>>>>> My live cam 3000 seems not to be working. I like to install software but it's
>>>>> telling me it's installed. I deleted the device from the hardware manger, but
>>>>> still it's still being the same.
>>>> Yesterday I fixed it for the good. The cam was up an running all day. Today, again, it's
>>>> not. I clicked on the icon on the desktop, the program opened. However, connecting
>>>> to the cam failed. I got non image and no green light on top of the cam.
>>>> Then, interestingly, the process livecam.exe was showing up in 'task mamager', running
>>>> with 0% cpu load and can not be exited.
>>>> Therefore it's showing as running, clicking on the icon again yields no other result then
>>>> the mouse changing very shortly.
>>>> Does someone know how to fix it?