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Sometimes it could be something really simple. I've actually had this same problem before and fixed it with this solution.
1. Go to your Device Manager. To do this, click on your Start button and right-click on My Computer (or Computer if you're running Windows 7). On XP and Vista, select the Hardware tab and then click Device Manager. On Win7, click Device Manager on the left side of the new window. 2. In the Device Manager window, find the Imaging Devices icon in the list and click the drop-down arrow. 3. You should see your camera. Right-click the camera and see if there is an option to "Enable" it. If so, problem solved! If not, try uninstalling the camera and then restarting the computer. When your computer reboots, it will scan for hardware changes and reinstall the camera with the latest drivers. If those drivers don't work, try going to the manufacturer's website and installing the latest drivers listed on their site.
1. Download the latest Chicony (or Suyin) driver for Windows 7. Check here: http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=Camera&p=3&os=) 2. Extract contents to desktop. 3. Click the ORB button. right-click on Computer and select Properties. 4. Select Device Manager. 5. Click on Imaging Devices to show the name of the webcam. 6. Right-click on the name of the webcam and select Properties. 7. Go to the Driver tab. click on Update Driver. a new window should pop-up. 8. Click 'Browse my computer for driver software'. select 'Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer'. 9. On the next window, it'll give you the current driver. click 'Have Disk'. click Browse. Browse to the desktop and select lastest driver that you've downloaded. it'll be then added to the list of drivers. select the new driver and click Next. Just follow the prompts so that it'll install the new driver.
If still this does not work, try this: Re-install the camera virtual camera using your ASUS hardware disc and follow this step.
1.Insert ASUS hardware disc and "open" 2.Click "explorer" 3.Click "software" 4.Click "camera", then choose and click chicony folder 5.Open the folder APPLICATION/installer, and re-install the ASUS virtual camera.
Once you already installed the driver, go to start menu click or type ASUS lifeframe then open it.
Update your drivers on your webcam by going to their website. Depends on what kind of camera you have. They should have a download for drivers for windows 7. also make sure you have all the updates form windows 7 on your computer.
try and install the right driver for this device ...that's why it says this ...it sees all wrong ...the issue with windows 7 is that does not have drivers for cameras or elder devices....if it is a built in camera ....just try to get in touch with the manufacturer and see if there is any drivers for the camera ...also ...you can try the driver for vista on 64 ...usually works ..but this is not a rule... if there is no other chance ..until the driver will appear on the internet ...just get another camera with driver compatible with this operating system ...or roll back to vista or xp ...cause this oS is not that great anyway ...its slow...hard t use...and strange...
1) Bring up the device manager. You do that by clicking on Start button and then type 'Device Manager' in the search box. Select the "Device Manager" in the list. 2) In the list of devices, you will see "Chicony USB 2.0 Camera" with yellow bang on it. You will see either code 19 or code 1 as error codes. 3) Right click on the device and then select "Uninstall". 4) In the uninstall dialog, make sure you select the option to delete the driver package from the system. This causes the driver package installed earlier to be deleted. 5) Then in the Action menu of Device manager, select Scan for Hardware changes option. This will cause the device driver to be reinstalled