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|27th September 2008, 00:22||#1|
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Help:-LVUSBSTA.sys - a pain in the back from logitech
I need help. I have installed a Logitech webcam. Later on upgraded the drivers and my computer started behaving funny. I have tried uninstalling the cam and installing it again, but then problem pesistet. Later on found that one file "lvusbsta.sys" doesn't get removed. And this funny file controls every damn thing on your computer. If you try to remove, then all your USB products, sound card, printers and maybe video drivers will go for a six Logitech is not taking any responsibility of their wrong coding practices and maintains that it is ok. Can any one advise me, how to get rid of this file?
Please note that this file is not removed when you unistall the logitech product. And it is not visible with most of process viewers also. And it comes with almost all logitech product. Looks like some spying product from logitech.
|27th September 2008, 05:58||#2|
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try using driver cleaner pro
Driver Cleaner Professional download from Guru3D.com
some info from a logitech engg
Re: Plugging in Quickcam Pro 9000 messes up audio pitch in Win XP - Webcam - Software - Logitech Forums
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