When booting up, go into the bios settings and locate where you can reset the bios to it's defaults, save and exit. After doing bios updates you need to reset the defaults as it will leave default info corrupt from the update. Afterwards if it still doesn't work, go to the device manager, locate imaging devices and remove the driver for the camera, reboot and let it install. Hopefully that will do the trick.
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Lets start at the beginning. If you have a V6 engine you have two cam sensors. And the problem could be the cam sensor(s) is not in sync with the crank sensor due to a problem with the sensor or the timing belt. Code 340 is for bank one sensor one. You could have as many as 4 sensors depending on which engine you have. The mass airflow meter code could keep the engine from starting. The cruise control problem could be related to the cam-crank sensor issue or something else. You should only have one crank sensor and it is usually near the crank pulley in the front of the engine.
There is a setting for the camara. Find the camera in the device manager then use the right button and click for properties , if that don't work look in image etc setting with the control panel select your camera, right button click, properties or it may be called settings and either tick or untick the 90 degree rotation or upside down setting
Hi sandysms, go to start ->settings -> controlpanel -> system -> hardware -> devicemanager . see if there is yellow
Exclamation marked the device . click on that click uninstall. then click scanfor hardware changes. your camera wil be automatically Detected by windows. and make sure driver installed properly you can download driver from www.http://drivertube.net/?p=5. and check for ur computer USB2 support.
Comment by mimhb, posted on Feb 20, 2008
my PC-CAM 350 purchased on 2005 at the beging it was worked well and recently I upgraded my PC due to virus, after that I don't have that Orginal installation CD for PC-cam 350 because it was missedplaced, also there is more problem in that pc cam showing in error messege and some numbers are displaying in the screen, when connect to the PC it camara screen dispaying NO. 15, and I try to Make Photo or Video its not working, please help me what is the problem and how to solve this problem as soon as possible. thanks