My problem is I just bought a Logitech QuickCam Zoom, I meet and surpass the Min. Requirments. The installtion of the software is flawless, I then reset as prompted and when Windows starts up plug in the cam. It does what it should and loads the drivers, a window then pops up and my Cam works. Everything is kosher for an hour or two. Then I get a blue screen(don't know what it said last time) and have to restart. Once windows is loaded a device driver window opens like it is installing a driver for the webcam, which upon completion tells me to restart. Here is where it gets weird. The comp restarts goes through the motions comes to the WinMe screen the goes to a black screen( as usual) then out of nowhere the Machine shuts down. I mean it turns the power to the Tower off. I have to turn it back on, it will continue in this fashion unless I boot in Safemode. The only way to fix it is to restore my sytem to before I installed the software. Now, it can't be the Cam, because I also own a Sony Digital Handycam. I have tried to load its software as well with the exact same results as the webcam. I tried Gateway tech support the guy told me it was because my Usb was a 1.0 and the Cam was 1.1 or 2.0 only. Which made no sense, seeing as how the cam works for awhile. So I got a new usb card, installed it and verified it is working. Unfortunately I have yet the same problem. I tried to do a boot clean install per Logitech's support page, but that didn't work either. Any Ideas, I really want to get this thing working. My parents moved to Venezula for 2 years and I want my kids to be able to cam with them occasionaly, so do it for the Kids
Edited by hatinME, 24 May 2005 - 03:26 AM.