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Webcam doesnít work with Yahoo Messenger


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Help!
I use an USB Logitech Quickcam Pro 4000 on a Compaq NC6000 Laptop XP Pro with SP2. When I share my webcam on YM, it always returns a message ďA network error occurred while connecting to the server.Ē Never make it work! Iíve followed the instructions from YM website, such as turn Firewall off but no help. Iíve also tried a different Logitech webcam with a desktop computer XP Pro, no SP, no firewall installed but still got the same prolem.
Can anyone tell me what did I do wrong? I use Comcast cable with WEP enable.
Thank you in advance!
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hey try going to Webcam help for yahoo that should work if not post back and ill get you a site to reinstall your drivers

Edited by chirp, 04 October 2005 - 08:55 PM.

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I've tried help.yahoo.com many times but still got the same problem. Please post web site where I can load new driver.
Thanks
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Hey try to download this Driver that should do the problem...I have also heard that some webcams don't work with the new messenger and you have to use the old one
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