valex008 15:09 05 Mar 04

I have a trust [email protected] which is 3 years old, i changed from 98 to xp a few months ago and i cant get a driver for the cam so I emailed trust.. Only to be told thay wont support it as the gurrantee is only for 2 years !!! on the site thay say its because of older chips in the cam ?? this is all crap !!! a product of 3 years old should be supported and trust wont get no more of my money !!!

  johnnyrocker 15:14 05 Mar 04

consumer watch is best place for this


  leo49 15:16 05 Mar 04

And a different thread title and more moderate language might enable it to stay there

  GANDALF <|:-)> 15:23 05 Mar 04

Your argument should be with Microsoft as XP cannot support the webcam. Trust are hardly likely to be able to guess in advance what MS are up to are they? A new one, that supports XP, will cost £19.99.


  medicine hat 15:56 05 Mar 04

From PC World, presumably ;-)

  Gaz 25 16:16 05 Mar 04

Cheapest webcam £10

  Gaz 25 16:17 05 Mar 04

oh and it works with XP.

  JJCUK 12:20 11 Mar 04

what model is it

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