Thanks, I found the same information too, but it didn't work for me. I realized that my PID is different (08B6) and when I made some changes, my camera finally worked;
1) Downloaded QuickCam 10.5 for Vista x64.
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. COPY (don't Move) this folder to a location that's accessible to your Windows 7 system.
3a) Here, after locating the folder, you have two folders, PRO64 and PRO364 but you have tu use "...Drivers\x64\PRO64" and edit the lPRO64v.inf file. Do a find-and-replace, finding 08B2 and replacing it with 08B6 (this file you identify your Cisco VT device ID as a QCP 4000). Save and close the inf 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 \Drivers\x64\PRO64 folder, and you should be all set.
My Cisco VT Camera
I checked the link out you posted and it's not clear if CUCM 7.1(5) Administration is supported by IE8. Is that notated somewhere else?
also, is Unity Connection 7.1 Admin supported by IE8?
UCCX 7.x Admin supported by IE8?
I'm not sure if it matters that the customer is running Windows 7 Pro 32-bit, but I'm assuming they are forced to run IE8 on that OS.
Support for the Unity Connection 7.x software with IE8 and Windows 7 is availabe. You can find information here -
UCCX 7.x AppAdmin supports Internet Explorer: 6.x, 7.x, and 8.x
The instruction to get the Cisco VT camera II to work with Windows 7 (x64):
- get this file from logitech. download qc1051enu_x64.exe and run it,
- when error windows open that state that the software is not compatible,
copy C:\Program Files (x86)\Logitech to C:\Logitech,
- edit C:\Logitech\QuickCamWebInstall\Drivers\x64\PRO364\IPRO364V.inf and replace all 08CE with 08C7 and save the file,
- open computer manager (right click on My computer -> manage -> device manager) and update drive on unidentified device by pointing it to C:\Logitech,
- do not update drivers from internet when asked.
And that's it.
please let me us know if this also works for you
It works. I have Win 7 32 bit and have downloaded "QuickCam® Pro 4000" Vista drivers from Logitech, followed the instructions (although in my case the path is "C:\Program Files\Logitech\QuickCamWebInstall\Drivers\x32\PRO" and edited all the .inf files (08CE with 08C7) just to be sure
Thank You alexis-flores