Sunday, December 17, 2006

Logitech QuickCam VC USB driver for Windows XP

We bought a webcam in yard sale, it is a Logitech QuickCam VC model LKD5 part number 1049-640-001. As we all know, most items bought in yard sale does not come with a driver. A quick visit to Logitech shows that they don't provide a driver for Windows XP for this device. Here comes google. After few minutes of surfing I finally found a driver that works for this hardware. Get it from here. If you need to get the driver from the original publisher visit here. Note: don't install any software from Logitech as it may interfere with the functionality of the driver. Just use Yahoo Messenger or MSN Messenger. You should be all set.

7 comments:

joseph said...

a life saver... thanks a lot for you courtesy.

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Anonymous said...

Worked great... thanks!

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WeiHwa Chn-Schl said...

Thanks a lot. It works at my win7 XP mode.

Thanks
Sincerely
John Hsu
2012-7-8

Anonymous said...

I'll use this old webcam only for testing but, anyway, THANK!!!

Anonymous said...

thanks