Vista x64 and MS VX-3000 webcam


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Charlie Blank

Hi,

after seeing that my Logitech Quickcam Notebook PRO won't get
supported on Vista (made me pretty upset - as I have just purchased this
cam a few months ago) I was deciding to get a Microsoft VX-3000 - after
seeing that MS is offering driver for that Webcam for x32 and x64 of Vista.

I didn't check - if someone is using the webcam successfully on Vista
x64 -- my fault:

Is anybody out there successfully using VX-3000 on Vista x64? How did
you manage to get this working? It's not working on my system (shows up
ok in the device manager - just doesn't show a picture).

Kind regards,
charlie
 
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I am using Vista 64 and MS VX-3000 and its works.

However, the software to make it work is based on 32 bits.
 
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Charlie Blank

Serge said:
I am using Vista 64 and MS VX-3000 and its works.

However, the software to make it work is based on 32 bits.

HI Serge,

did you do anything else than executing Microsoft's installation package?

I don't get any option in it...

Karlheinz
 
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I just went on Microsoft site and downloaded the latest software for it. My
computer still tells me that I do not have the most recent software from
Microsoft, but I do not bother since it is working.

It is probably another weird thing that will be resolve with the SP 1 of
Vista.

Good luch.
 
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andrew

hi, you can download the VX-3000 vista software from the microsoft webpage dedicated to webcams. just click on the link that takes you to support for vista or something like that. however, whilst the camera works, i cant seem to get the microphone to work. upon setting it up, where you would normally choose which microphone to use, it doesnt show up in there. thinking i had a duff camera i installed it on my xp laptop and the camera aswell as microphone worked fined. hope this helps!

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