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Our business is in the process of migrating to Windows 7. Our IT department is trialling it, but have discovered that since rebuilding our laptops with Windows 7 Business Edition (64-bit), the Cisco VT Advantage Camera II units are not being recognised by the operating system.
When we try to install the Cisco drivers for the camera, we are told by the setup program that these drivers are not compatible with the operating system.
Since the cameras are rebadged Logitech QuickCam Pro 3000 units, I tried going to Logitech's webpage to see if there were any drivers available for that model of camera, and was informed that the QuickCam Pro 3000 will not be supported under Windows 7.
The CUVA application itself installed with no problem, so we could potentially purchase one of the other supported webcams as replacement - it's just a terrible shame to put these cameras to pasture so soon; we only got them late last year.
Has anyone had any success with these units under Windows 7?
Might Cisco be working on a new Video Advantage Camera product, or working on Windows 7 compatibility with the existing camera?