There's no model number on the camera, and when I look for the pictures on Logitech's site it isn't there. When I used Logitech's utility to detect the hardware, that didn't work either. I finally had to look up pictures of my cam on google so I could figure out which one it was. When I did a search on Logitech's site I still could not find the correct drivers. I even found them listed on CNET as a download, but it refers me back to the Logitech site and the download is apparently not there.
So I finally tried auto detect with XP, and it appeared to work (the model was identified correctly, I installed the drivers, and the cam looked like it was working because it took a picture. I installed an update for the drivers that automatically came up. But I was going to try it out more and I switched the USB port (because I didn't want to leave it plugged into the front). Now when I plug the cam in windows tries to detect it again.
When I tried to open up the camera to take video the software informs me that the device is not connected or not working correctly and to reconnect it, which doesn't help. I'm not sure what to do next, but I'm tempted to throw it out the window and buy another brand of web cam!