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Xbox LIVE Vision Webcam suddenly not being recognizd by  Windows 7

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The title describes the problem. Part of the reason why I loved the XBOX Live Vision camera is that it was universally plug and play. Now it's stopped working on my Windows 7 64-bit computer and I can't figure out why.

When I plug it in, is says the device failed to install properly.

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if no joy here, ask at the xbox360 forums http://forums.xbox.com/ the answer might already be there
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Apparently it isn't compatible with Windows 7! Thanks.

Dumb MS...
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Hang tight, surely they would come out with drivers soon after all it is ms related.
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