Logitech Quick Cam Web USB Conflicting with Turtle Beach Santa Cruz Sound Card Control Panel

Logitech Quick Cam Web USB Conflicting with Turtle Beach Santa Cruz Sound Card Control Panel


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Posted by zincmann on October 10, 2001 at 08:54:07:

Anyone experience this problem?

I recently bought a Logitech Quick Cam Web Camera and it came with the 5.4.3 Device Drivers Disc. I installed it on my Dell Dimension 8100 Pentium 4, 1.3 Ghz 128 MB Ram system with a Voyetra Turtle Beach Santa Cruz Sound Card, and once the software asks you to plug in the cam in the USB Port, I already have 3 od the 4 ports used up with other devices (Epson Stylus 777 Usb Printer, USB Cable Modem and USB Zip Drive). Once the camera is plugged in and I reboot system for any reason, the Volume adjustment icon is gone from my system tray and I get a SBCTRAY has caused an error with SBCTRAY.exe error and it essentially prevents me from accessing my volume control and does not allow me to open up the Santa Cruz Sound card control panel. Additional information, Dell has a "Go Back to an earlier config option" which I exercised, and and it eliminated the Quick Cam install and restored all my sound card properties. There appears to be no conflict in the System Hardware config (according to the PC) it sees everything as fine. Any ideas??




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