Windows Vista and a rogue program.

By MISHA8725
Jan 25, 2008
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  1. So I was helping somebody test out their Logitech Webcam. Downloaded and installed their software off of logitech website. Didn't check to see if it was Vista compatible first... :( I went to uninstall the software and something went bonkers. Now when I open My Computer or other explorer.exe windows I get an error message of LNamespc.dll not found. Things are malfunctioning. Windows Installer opens when I try to open my CRM program. Runs my CPU up to 100%, just spooling and freezes everything. I even tried re-downloding the software and doing a clean uninstall...yea, that didn't work. If anyone has any ideas that would be great. I'm at a loss other than to save my stuff and start out new to get rid of this weirdness.
  2. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

    LNamespc.dll Logitech QuickCam file actual file name is lnamesp2.dll

    Actually the number one best solution would be system restore, to a date/time before the WebCam was installed

    I would be interested in what experts-exchange have to say !!! Actually not really
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