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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.
Please open the Web Cam application provided by acer and make sure that the lighting in the room is optimum for the Webcam. If the issue persists, please uninstall the Web Cam Application and Driver then restart the computer. Now re-install the Web Camera Application and Drivers provided by Acer.
Unplug your cam uninstall any current webcam software restart your computer visit the logitech website - identify your cam and click on the picture http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/405/&cl=us,en?prodcrid=405 download the installer. run the installation set up and note the options - you may not want the Logitech Chat but the Desktop icon is a must. Note - you will also need DirectX download to support your webcam - this is probably covered in the installer Connect your webcam when prompted.
1. uninstall the software 2.restart your computer 3. re install the software 4. rightclick on mycomputer,then properties,then hardware,then device manager,double click on the imaging devices 5.if any yellow color pointed icon appears on any devices, then right click,diable or uninstall it 6.selec ACTION from the top menu bar and select hardware changes. 7.it will detect and install other supporting drivers.
i hope this will help you out... all the best, try it...
best is to uninstall software while cam plugged in.Then unplug cam, restart pc and then from instructions fresh install. Usualy by pluging in first then software second remembering usualy a restart of pc is required...
na thats not the issue the drivers are not able to install properly uninstall the drive from the device manager and restart the system it should pick the right drivers ... if that doesnt work update the system with the windows vista service pack1 it will download when u start the windows update and regards to ur webcam u should be having the driver cd for that install the driver capable for windows 2000 and that should work
i have vista home and mine worked fine until i installed a web cam and then it just gave up. But now it works great - here is what i did
unpluged both the scanner and the web cam
uninstalled everything to to w/ the scanner and the web cam.
Installed the driver from the CD and restarted my machine
Install the Photo 6 software
plug in the scanner - works like a champ.
This is how I got the VideoCam Messenger to work on a computer running Windows 7 (32-bit):
VERY IMPORTANT!!!!!!!: DO NOT restart your computer at any point until the very end of these steps.
1. Plug in the webcam.
2. Windows will install their weird Sonix driver from 1994 automatically.
3. The most crucial part: Click "Devices" in the Windows Control Panel. Click on the USB Camera (whatever the webcam is called)... then you need to go to the "Properties" until you can UNINSTALL the driver that Windows automatically installed. I think you have to click Properties twice to be able to get to a place where it lets you uninstall the driver.
4. DO NOT restart.
5. Download this: http://download.geniusnet.com/webcam/VCMessenger_V.zip (Incase the link is broken, this is directly from the GeniusNet website and it's called "VideoCAM Messenger Driver for Win 7 / vista 32 bit")
6. Install this completely, but DO NOT restart. (Also, make sure you click "Install this anyway" when it asks you about being an unsigned driver.)
7. After you do that and you DO NOT restart, it will automatically come up with a screen that shows Windows installing the driver, but this time it's installing the actual driver from the software you downloaded in step 4.
You may now restart your computer if you want.
If you do these steps correctly, I guarantee you will have your VideoCam Messenger webcam working.