My web cam is connected and even the drivers are installed in the computer but yet the cam is not detected and there is no access. The computer is asking for the drivers related to the USB and the Web cam..................... How can i come out of this problem............????? So kindly help me out in this particular issue...........
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Re: Problem with the pc web camera........
First try to install the camera to a different computer for you to isolate the problem if it is the camera or just the driver. If you can use a different USB cable that is good. Make sure to plug the camera at the back of your computer and not on the front USB.
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try to uninstall previously installed cam software and restart the pc and again install the cam drivers and after installing the drivers connect your webcam and check whether it is detecting or not? but be sure that you have proper webcam driver for your operating system.
If the web camera came with an installation disk, use the disk to install drivers then plug the web camera in a USB port. The computer should recognize it. If it is properly recognized it will work with all applications that support a webcam (Skype, MSN, Google chat..) If it is not recognized and you do not have an installation software, you should go to the manufacturers web site to download appropriate drivers.
Please remove the web cam and uninstall the driver of the web-cam. now reinstall the driver after the PC was restarted and then connect the web-cam to be detected and installed.
if this wont work then the web cam is faulty- a hardware issue.
ok this problem is caused by the wrong drive installed for the Crystal Eye Web cam.
even thoguh the camera shows that it is installed, the application looks for a specific one for the model you have. Unfortunatly Acer used 3 models of the camera without telling you which you have and calls all of them "crystal eye web cam"
go to acer.com select their support section and download all driver and applications available for the camera. you will need to try then 1 at a time til you get the one that works for your system
Here is the link to the website with the install discs of all manhattan cams I have also copied the instructions for your benefit.http://www.manhattan-support.com/driver-multimedia-cams.shtml 1. Make sure that the USB web camera is physically disconnected from your computer. 2. Insert Driver CD into cd-rom drive and allow autorun menu to appear. 3. Proceed with installation by explicitly following steps 1 through 3 of the autorun installation menu, restarting where necessary. 4. Connect the USB Web Camera to your PC. 5. Allow time for Camera drivers to be detected and installed. Ignore all Windows logo certification (or similar) messages and proceed with installation. Click on Windows Start Menu and execute the Pharoah Eye software application.note: make sure the camera is unplugged before installing.That should do it good luck,
Here the time comes to break the problem of Zebronics 151 wc drivers
you can download the uploaded file of the cd in the below link and just
unRAR it and just install ait demo driver in it by unplugging camera from pc and then plug the webcam into it and then Click continue installation then finish the installation
That's it your problem got fixed
The link is
Here is the link to the website with the install discs of all manhattan cams I have also copied the instructions for your benefit. http://www.manhattan-support.com/driver-multimedia-cams.shtml
Make sure that the USB web camera is physically
disconnected from your computer.
Driver CD into cd-rom drive and allow
autorun menu to appear.
Proceed with installation by explicitly following
steps 1 through 3 of the autorun installation menu, restarting where
Connect the USB Web Camera to your PC.
Allow time for Camera drivers to be detected and
installed. Ignore all Windows logo certification (or similar)
messages and proceed with installation.
Click on Windows Start Menu and execute the Pharoah Eye software
note: make sure the camera is unplugged before installing. That should do it good luck, Lee