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Sounds like either the hardware has become disabled or you lost your audio driver. To check this Right click the "My Computer" icon and select "Manage" A Computer Management window will come on the left hand side select device manager. This pulls up a list of every piece of hardware in your computer. If anything has a yellow " ! " next to it then the computer sees the hardware but can not run it due to an incorrect or missing driver. If there is a red " X " next to it then it has been disabled. To re-enable a component right click the icon and select enable. Finding the correct driver may be difficult, if you bought the computer from a store try going to the manufactures website. Go to Drivers/Support, usually you can type in the Model or Serial number of your computer and pull up every driver you may need.
~Right click on the My Computer icon and click Properties on the list.
~On the properties tab click on Hardware.
~Under hardware click device manager.
~In device manager, look for on the list Imaging Devices and click on
that. And double click on USB Video Device or it may be named something
~On that new page make sure on the bottom it is set to enabled. if not enable it and click apply...
~Close all of those pages and Open My computer...
~ON the bottom you should see a Camera/ Webcam Icon... and click on it, and you should be all set.
~If not Try using the webcam program if your computer cam with one.
hi try system restore .take it beyond the date when your problem first began.(do system restore in safe mode)this sounds like a virus ..i,ve done this before and it worked .if this dosen,t work you can reverse this action..another remedy is a good propriatry virus remover like; trojan remover; or bart pe.this ones used through your optical drive.failing all this reinstall a fresh set of windows.hope this helps.
make an alias of the appropriate program or work folder by single clicking on the application or folder going to the file menu and selecting "make alias" then you can drag the alias (shows up italics) to your desktop. Hope this helps