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Nope CPu usage looks good - and my computer properties opened right up - very quick;y - everything is fast
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What make and model of webcam pls
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Logitech

QuickCam® Chat

M/N: V-UAP14
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Try reloading the camera driver files
Link here
http://www.logitech....n...bit=&osid=1

I am signing of for tonight.
You could uninstall the quickcam software and keep just the driver.
Ensure the camera is not activated at startup. ie: Logitech quickcam services do not appear on the startup tab in msconfig.
It maybe a problem with the camera running of available ram, which you can check in the post I made earlier on Task Manager - on the Mem sub tab., where you checked CPU, with the camera running of course.
Best of luck, I will pick the thread up tonight if necessary.

Edited by Macboatmaster, 29 May 2010 - 06:30 PM.

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That fixed it - thanks!
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Pleased it worked and your message of thanks is appreciated.
You would be amazed at how many people post a problem and then do not even bother to post the result of the advice or say thks.
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not me:) thnx again !
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