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Go to www.google.com and in the search box type "Toshiba
Support". Look for drivers and downloads. When you are on their site
you will need to give the model number and operating system in order to
get the correct camera driver. Download the driver and install it.
Another option is to click Start/Control Panel/System or System and Performance and get into your device
manager. Look for Imaging Devices or Input Devices and you might see
the camera. If you do right click on it then select properties, then
you can select the option to update driver.
If all fails and you need a
simple application program and driver to use your web cam. In google
search box type "download.cnet.com" (without the quotes). Click the
link provided to go to the site download.cnet.com and when it opens look
to the left side of the window you'll see a gray area that says "Find
Software". Type in: Manycam and click the search mirror. The next page
will bring you the findings of the search and Manycam is the second one
on the page. Click the Download Now just to the right of Manycam and
download and install it. Be sure to uncheck and decline any offers for
buggy toolbars or any other junk they want to put on your system during
the install process. All you want is Manycam. It's fast and simple to
The buttons may not be readily available and it would be easier just to change out the palmrest as a whole because the pad and buttons come already installed. Below is the item number for a T61 palmrest I found on Ebay, look up the number and then contact the store that has it directly to find out more.
Go to EBAY or wherever and get the hinges and replace them yourself.Its fairly simple, mostly requiring a small 4way screwdriver and taking your time doing it.A repair shop will probably charge too much for such a simple repair.Before replacing them try to put a little silicon lubricant on them as to prevent future breakage.Also when you open your laptop always lift the screen in the middle or lifting from both sides keeping stress off the hinges.