Windows 7 x64 VT camera II drivers

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Sep 9th, 2009

Does anyone know where I can get the Windows 7 x64 drivers for the VT camera II? If not, where can I get the Vista x64 drivers? Thank you.

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pmeadows1 Thu, 09/10/2009 - 04:19

So you are telling me that there is no way that this device will work on a 64 bit OS at all?

FullTimeWebHosting Tue, 10/27/2009 - 13:07

yep, does'n work.

other way it's

at boot time, disable the signature drivers requiered.

then, install the driver using the Compatibility Mode with Windows XP SP2 or SP3, then you could install the driver.

hope that's fix your problem.


i.golovin Sat, 02/16/2013 - 12:09

There is available for download on Software Downloads at, posted 29-Nov-2012. It says that the file would contain a driver for VT Camera II. Somebody had chance to try this on Windows 7 x64? My current CCO-privileges don't allow download this software.

Cisco Unified Video Advantage 2.3(1)- Includes 2 installers: application and Cisco VT Camera II driver

Phillip Remaker Mon, 02/18/2013 - 11:01

All official drivers are 32 bit only.  There are no official 64 bit drivers for the CUVA cameras.

i.golovin Tue, 02/19/2013 - 00:05

Ok, I see. Anyway, the trick with Logitech drivers worked fine for me. I used qc1051enu_x64.exe in my specific case.

Phillip Remaker Tue, 02/19/2013 - 22:28

Really!  That's great news.  For the longest time, the Cisco PID/VID of the OEMed logitech device was not included in the standard Logitech Drivers, despite the fact that the hardware is close to identical, otherwise.

It would seem that the 11.1 supported it, 11.8 did not.  Which version package did you download?

I would be interested to know if the VT Camera I is also supported by the most recent release of the drivers of it's logitech cousin.

The VT Camera 2 is a variant of the Quickcam Pro 5000. (Dark grey)

The VT Camera 1 (or just VT Camera) is a variant of the Quickcam Pro 4000. (Light Grey)

i.golovin Wed, 02/20/2013 - 02:29

Please, note the definition "trick" in my previous message

Indeed, I had to edit the .inf-file and change 08CE to 08C7 or something like that (see the exact procedure in the messages below). After that the drivers installed without any problems.

I downloaded and succesfully installed qc1051enu_x64.exe which is version 10.5 I guess? Before that I tried qc1190_x64.exe but it wouldn't install even after the inf-file was hacked.

My camera is VT II, the dark grey one. So it detects as Quickcam Pro 5000 after installation.

nelcnetworks Fri, 11/20/2009 - 07:37

There is an unsupported workaround for this.

I 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)  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 my 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.ini file.  Do a find-and-replace, finding 08C5 and replacing it with 08C7 (this essentially makes the ini file identify your Cisco VT device ID as a QCP 5000).  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.

Hope it helps

Phillip Remaker Tue, 08/10/2010 - 15:06

Although not supported, you can probably force-install the Logitech Quickcam 5000 XP 64-bit drivers using a variation of the instructions posted above, either by hacking the INF file or using the advanced install process to install unsupported drivers.

There are no official Windows XP 64 bit drivers for the Cisco VT Camera II.

aaronjbell Mon, 02/28/2011 - 19:36

As time goes on, old methods stop working or get very out of date...

In a similar manner to previous posters I have been able to get lws110_x64 to work. In this case, it says it supports the Pro 5000 but it seems to be a newer model. In this case, replace 08CE with 08C7 (rather than replacing 08C5 which is the old model cam and isn't listed) in the lPRO564v.inf file.

1. Unplug the cam.

2. Download LWS from and start the installation on your Win7 64bit machine.

3. Once running it will want you to plug the cam in. Don't as it won't detect it. Just let it sit there.

4. Locate the inf file and make the above changes. In my case it was in C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\Temp\Logitech_Webcam_1.10.1113.0\ but the path may very depending on the exact version you have downloaded.

5. Quit the install and restart it.

6. When asked, plug the cam in. As usual, it will think its a Pro5000.

From there it worked like a charm. I was able to use the cam brightness/etc settings from within the Logitech app, but if I clicked 'Webcam Settings' in Skype it caused Skype to die.

I haven't tested this with any of the other Cisco communicator stuff thus far.

It was the LWS/Readme/readme.html in the above installer that gave me the hint on the old vs. new model thing as it had the Pro 5000 listed but with a different ID.

rjevans Wed, 07/24/2013 - 12:15

I tried this today for several hours w/o success.  I can not find these or similar directories, with any xxx.inf file in them.  Win7x64 desktop.

Any ideas?  Caveats to the technique? 



Neal Gravatt Thu, 01/23/2014 - 12:57

i just got this to work.

i had to edit the following two files:



they were located in this folder:


works with my Cisco Jabber now.

watguy Wed, 07/24/2013 - 12:23

you will go to users/ your name/ AppData

You you can't see AppData then go to the toolbar, click Organize. Folder and search options, click the view tab, click "show hidden files, folders, and drives.  Then you will find what you need.

watguy Tue, 06/04/2013 - 11:58


Still a valid work around

cowboy7381 Mon, 02/24/2014 - 11:54

The Cisco VT Camera II and the Logitech QuickCam Pro 5000 are devices that don't have drivers past Windows Vista. However, I downloaded the drivers for the Webcam Pro 9000 and was able to get my Cisco VT Camera II working on my computer running Windows 8.1. It was as simple as installing the driver, going into device manager -> Updated Driver Software -> Browse -> Let Me Pick From a List -> select Imaging Devices -> Chose Logitech and select the Logitech Webcam Pro 9000.

chnoble4400 Thu, 04/10/2014 - 03:42


This is 100% Total Problem Resolution!

(I had to complete the installation for, Logitech's Webcam Pro 9000 software suite, before Logitech -> Logitech Webcam Pro 9000 would appear in the List to Pick From).

Once the process has been completed, all audio, video, and Webcam functions work flawlessly.

I have since tested, and proven, the Webcam's functionality with the following programs & OS:

  • Cisco Jabber
  • Skype
  • Facebook
  • Logitech's Webcam Pro 9000 software suite
  • Windows 8.1
  • Windows 8
  • Windows7 x32
  • Windows7 x64


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