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My cam is working fine on skype or facebook chat.but whn i try to open it with the icon;it's not responding or starting.i've used fn+esc to unlock my cam.it evn doesn't work in chat rooms which ask for youcam.evn i've updated my driver but in vain.plzzzzzz help me out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are instances where the OS fails to detect the installed drivers. The only solution that i would suggest is to reinstall the webcam driver. Just un-install and then re-install the webcam. You can also visit www.lenovo.com to trace the latest drivers for your model. Also, try installing the latest drivers. This might help.
If this helps, rate me.. thanks - billa
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
Download the "Lenovo Easy Camera Driver" for vista from "Camera" section of the following site.
Then try to use Fn+Esc.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
SOURCE: My Lenovo ideapad s10-3t web
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Go to control panel and click system icon. Got to device manager and see if webcam is detected by your computer. Reinstall the driver of your webcam by going to lenovo site.
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Posted on Jan 19, 2011
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Try uninstalling and reinstalling Skype. If there is still
and issue after that try the following. If you are still having an issue then
contact Skype Support directly.
They are pretty good at responding.
1) Quit Skype by right-clicking on the system tray icon
2) open the Windows 'Run' dialog by holding the Windows key
down and pressing the 'R' key on your keyboard
3) Enter %appdata%\skype and press the Enter key
4) Windows Explorer should open and you should be able to
locate the folder name that corresponds to the problem Skype Name
5) delete that folder (& subfolders)
6) restart Skype and sign in that Skype Name again
All CHAT HISTORY and custom Skype client settings (if any)
for this user will be deleted when you do this (it should be easy to
reconfigure any custom settings later), but this user's Contact List will NOT
be lost as it is backed up on Skype servers and it will be restored
if you are concerned that this remedy will NOT work, and that
you're going to lose stuff in the process, you can MOVE the folder (&
subfolders) mentioned in step #4 somewhere else on your PC for safekeeping --
that way you can move it back if the above procedure does not fix your issue --
but don't forget to shutdown Skype again and remove what Skype has
newly-created BEFORE moving the 'backup' folders to their original
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