I just got a new Acer 5620z, the webcam at first wouldn't work, I tried ALL the drivers provided by the compay. The bison one gave me a BSOD, the suyin gave me a ''camera not connected'' or something error.
Anyway, when I went to the desktop, and right click -> properties -> settings -> advanced -> adapter tab and reinstalled that the webcam worked fine for all my programs. But my games wouldn't run.
Anybody know a compatible graphics card driver with the webcam drivers ?
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In what? Open the Acer webcam software, i don't know what you have, CyberLink? Open Device Manager, Imaging Devices, Is the webcam listed? Enabled? Go to the Acer Website, you didn't provide your Acer Model or the OS you are using, Download the webcam driver, install and reboot.
Did you guys install the right driver? some of the acer models have more than one webcam driver because some models have diffrent webcams but all those drivers are posted under the same series of notebooks.
if ur webcam is not working what u can do is first of all u can uninstall and reinstall the drivers for the webcam and then try ur webcam and still if it doesnt work restart ur computer once and then connect the webcam and try it out and still if it doesnt work then replace the webcam and get a new webcam which is compatible with ur computer.
1. Click Start, click Run,
copy and paste the following text: %SystemDrive%\Program
Files\McAfee\SiteAdvisor in the Run box and click OK. 2. Right-click the file
sasets.ini or sasets.dll and select Open With, then select Notepad. 3. Locate
the section titled [msnmsgr.exe]. 4. Change Enabled=1 to Enabled=0. 5. Click
File and select Save. 6. Close sasets.ini or sasets.dll and restart your
I had this problem on my PC and I tried everything from updating drivers to re installing the software and updating my graphics card but nothing seemed to work.
And then as a last resort I right clicked on the icon on my desktop and chose properties and clicked on the Compatability tab and unchecked on display settings Run in 640x480 screen resolution.
This worked and did not affect the webcam in anyway.