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I have a Logitech QuickCam® Communicate™ STX. I got it for Christmas. I have called their tech support and followed everything but no luck. I have installed the latest Direct, and their latest software and drivers. I uninstalled and tried more than once. I have XP and my computer is a HP. Its 1.3 processing and 768 ram, radeon video card with 128 meg built on it. I have 4 usb in back and 1 with the 9-1 reader in the front. I have my keyboard in 1 usb and my speakers in another, and my scanner (that's not turned on) in the other. I have tried the install in the fron and back usb's.

The actual probelm: I plug the cam in either from boot up or after boot up (no differance) It comes on and works perfect for a few minutes the first time and then the blue light on top turns off. Which stops sending the image, but doesn't freeze my system in any way. If I close the window for the cam and tell it to turn on the cam it tells me its in use by another application. If I unplug the cam and plug it back in, its good for another minute. And every so oftn it will keep working with no problems after I have started it and stopped it.

I am not very savy and that's why I have come to you. I would appreciate anything you can help me with.
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