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Up-down image - asus lifeframe

My asus lieframe show up-down image and i can't put it normal

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  • Anonymous Jan 09, 2009

    my lifeframe cam imagem apear up side down and my option panel to change rotation is blocked.. can i solve this? tks a lot

  • Tseka Jan 11, 2009

    I have excact same problem and neither these solution suggests won`t work, there are no possibilities to manage rotation in the camcontrol settings section, `cos I can see the options there but can`t do anything

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I had same problem,
solution:
just go on asus website and download camera driver under downloads, it worked for me :DD

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I had the same problem.
For my system it was the incorrect driver.

Vista automatically asigns a microsoft driver and installing the correct driver from the SETUP does NOT change the driver even though it is a successful install.

I had to go to Device Manager in Control Panel and use GET DISK to select the correct inf file in the driver folder.

If you are unfamiliar with GET DISK then google it.

Both the Chicony and DMAX drivers corrected the up-side-down error from the Microsoft driver.

Posted on May 13, 2009

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I had the same problem on my K60IJ, what you need to do is go to ASUS's support website and put in the laptop series and model that you have. Afterwards, expand the Camera tab and download the latest driver for it.

Extract the zip file and run the install program...

This should work

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Most machine allow you to, but different hardware/drivers use different keys.

good news though is that it is either [CTRL]+[ALT] and the ARROW KEYS [CTRL]+[SHIFT] and the ARROW keys.

if that fails you will have to go into the display properties, go to "settings" , then click "advanced" and go through the tabs there and search for "rotation". just move the mouse slowly because everything works the other way around... this may sound stupid but viewing the screen upside down makes it easier...oso either you go upside down or turn the screen upside down :)

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I've found for you a list of FREE VIDEO EDITING software.
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