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I found a possible solution for you on the asus notebook forum page:
Run the camera
through the Windows Explorer.
Your camera built-in will appear upside down, right?
Inside the folder with the drivers provided by ASUS there's
software called tsnp2std.exe.
With your camera opened, run this application; you will
notice a small icon in tray area; right click on it and now choose the option:
Open Property Page.
There should be a way to invert or flip the camera display on the Property Page. I hope this helps. If not, you may need to download the latest driver from asus for your built in camera. Best of luck, Jon
First thing you can do is to try a disk defragmentation. Generally called defrag. Click on start. click on 'all programs'. Clcik on 'accessories'. Clcik on 'system tools'. There you will see disk defragmenter. Double click on it. It may take a while to get the process completed, especially since you do not seem to have much space left for the defragmenter to work efficiently. Even after this do not accept a great improvement on space. But it will help. Then remove all temporary files. This is how. Double click on My computer. Double click on C: (whichever name or partition windows is ) double click on Windows folder. Double click on Temp folder. You may see a long list of files and folders. Select all and delete. The empty the recycle bin. You may gain some space. Get hold of a USB pen drive. An 8 or 16GB one. Transfer all your personal data (if this is a possible option for you) to that drive. Next one is experimental. I have not tried it. But should be possible. Instead of installing programs to your program files, create a Program files folder in your new USB drive and install it there. You must know this. If any program is installed into the USB drive, that program will not work without that USB drive being connected. If this works, a 32 GB high speed USB drive would be an excellent investment (provided you do not have the tendency to loose stuff)