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    Instruction to make Logitech Quickcam work in Mac Snow Leopard?

    I got a new Logitech Quickcam for my Mac but the problem is not itís not getting supported at all to use it. So is there any drivers or something like that for Snow Leopard to make it work? Can you please give me those instruction? I need to make this work in my Mac somehow so kindly help with your solutions. Thanks.

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    abhijeet2015 Array
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    Re: Instruction to make Logitech Quickcam work in Mac Snow Leopard?

    Hi.............,

    Suggestions ------>
    * When purchased the quick time cam then you were given a CD.
    * You need to firstly insert that CD and then install the software.
    * After you install the software you need to attach the USB.
    * Now make sure that USB is not fault in nature.
    * Attach the cam with usb and then restart the device.
    * Driver of the cam will be auto loaded in the device.
    * Now when you will open the software file you can see your cam installed.
    * If your mac has a freezing problem then do the software update.
    * Also see that device has no virus file in it.
    * Remove all such virus issue quickly by purchased antivirus.

    Thanks

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    Samuel Array
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    Re: Instruction to make Logitech Quickcam work in Mac Snow Leopard?

    Dear Friend...

    Not to worry about this issue.
    Now a days, if drivers are not given with webcam, then they can easily download from the website as well. Don't bother whether you have Mac OS or something else.
    Solution is right here right now.

    Try to connect your Cam first via USB with your MacBook device. If it is found without drivers, then it is good because many of the webcam now a days can be installed without webcam, and if is unable to install, then try this.

    First you check your webcam box. There must be driver CD comes in cam box because all the accessories are kept in that box. If CD is not there, then there is another alternative. As you have Logitech webcam, then you just go to web and search for Logitech QuickCam drivers for Mac on Google.

    Several link will open among which you can download drivers any of the site. As I visited few sites, it says, "no drivers required".

    But still, you just download the drivers and install in your device. Now connect your webcam and search for the drivers. If not found, restart your device and cam is working now.

    Thank you..

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