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click start control panel view devices and printers you should see your webcam from there if you are have trouble with your webcam click start control panel view devices and printers you should see your webcam click start right click on my computer select properties then device manager scroll down image devices you could see a yellow question exclamation mark? ! or a red X right click to reinstall drivers or update driver W7 click start control panel view devices and printers you should see your webcam from there if you are have trouble with your webcam click start control panel administrive tools ,computer management ,device manager scroll down image devices you could see a yellow question/exclamation mark ? ! or a red X a new driver will need to be installed right click to reinstall drivers or update driver hope this helps
Check for any specific error messages or exclamation marks in device manager.
1. Press CTRL+R to open Run Window and type "devmgmt.msc" without the quotes to open device manager.
2. Then, check for any exclamations under Imaging devices.
3. Try reinstalling the Camera drivers from dell website.
4. Perform system restore.
Performing the steps should resolve the issue with your camera.
If issue persists, it may be related to hardware contact the manufacturer or nearest service center.
The very first step is of course to check your web cam connection. Most web cams use the USB port to connect to the PC, so check if your USB cable is properly plugged. For build-in web cams this steps does of course not apply. Many new laptops have a build-in web cam. Also try connecting your web cam directly to your PC instead of through a USB hub (if you are using one).
The next thing is to do is to check your Windows Device Manager and see if the hardware is recognized and installed properly.
It might be that the hardware is recognized as a camera, but the right drivers are not installed. The yellow explanation mark will indicate a problem. Other devices in Windows XP device manager
If the device is not recognized in Windows XP, Right-click the device, and in the pop up menu select Update Driver Software. Then follow the instructions on screen, but make sure you allow Windows to search the web for updated drivers.
In case no driver for the web cam can be found, you can try a third party driver finding program that scans your PC for installed hardware and allows you to install missing drivers.
If this fails, the next step would be to un install the software that came with your web cam. Use the Add or Remove Programs feature in the Control Panel. If that does not work you can use a third party un installer.
After un installing the software, restart your PC and then reinstall the web cam software. In most cases this will solve the problems. Depending on the software, you might need to unplug your web cam during the software installation.If your problem is not fixed then you have to buy a new one.
Hope the above information will be helpful to you. Thanks.
You're looking to download the first driver on the list, the, "Realtek High Definition Audio Driver Update." Once you download it simply opening the downloaded file should install the driver for your sound chipset. If not, read the instructions on the download page for detailed step-by-step instructions on how to properly unpackage and install the drivers.
If installing these driver's doesn't do the trick, let me know. I'll try to help you debug the problem and get the whole issue resolved.
Let me know how it turns out or if I can assist you further.
If you have already plugged the USB device into the system before loading the driver, Windows will install a driver for you call “unknown device”.The steps to fix this are to plug the USB device into the computer, then click <Start> <Control Panel> then go into <system>.In there you will need to find the device manager under the hardware tab.When you are in the device manager, you will see a list of all of the hardware install in the computer.Most of them will have the + in front of them showing all is good.There should be one that stands out and most likely, this will be your USB device.At this point you will want to right click the USB device and click remove.Unplug the USB device from you system and reinstall the software.If the software is already install in the system you may be able to just plug the USB device back into the system and it will find the driver.
Check the usb connection first.....if its fine go for the next step.....check the scanners and cameras in control pannel....everthing fine go for next step.........check the device manager and check it out any confliction are thr.....fine...just go for update driver in device manager for scanner hardware....and reboot..u ll get the scanner again. have a nice day