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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Is there a Windows 7 x64 driver for Quickcam Pro 5000 Cisco VT camera II?


There is an unsupported workaround for this.

We have tried it and it works but it doesn't let the video advantage work with anything except an IP Communicator. The solution is as follows -

1) Please click here to download the latest driver from Logitech's website for Vista x64 for the QCP 5000.
2) From a non-Windows 7 PC (or from XP Mode), run the installer. Let it extract all of the files, and DO NOT PROCEED through the installation process (or if it errors, keep the error message open). Go to the Temp folder where the files were extracted (in our case, in XP Mode, it was C:\Documents and Settings\{username}\Local Settings\Temp\QuickCam_11.1.0) COPY (don't Move) this folder to a location that's accessible to your Windows 7 system.
3a) For Cisco VT users, go into the \QuickCam_11.1.0\Drivers\x64\PRO464 folder and edit the lPRO464v.inf file. Do a find-and-replace, finding 08C5 and replacing it with 08C7 (this essentially makes the inf file identify your Cisco VT device ID as a QCP 5000). There could be as much as 85 replacements that you will have to do. Save and close the ini file.
3b) Go into Devices and Printers. Go into the properties for the USB Composite Device, find the Unknown Composite Device, and update the driver. Select to manually specify the driver location. Point it to the \QuickCam_11.1.0\Drivers\x64\PRO464 folder, and you should be all set.

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  6. Now to find a suitable driver for Windows you should not surf the Internet at all. Everything already assembled on this platform and you can ease Download Drivers for Windows http://bitdrivers.com/. If there is a problem in the system, first of all you need to check the drivers, often problems arise because of the outdated driver. I'm sure it is an excellent and right solution anyway to try to fix it.

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