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Inbuilt WebCam problem

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Ive just purchased an MSI PR600 (I think thats what it is). It has an inbuit webcam which I cant get working. I think the webcam is an AveoCap but when I click on that application it opens saying "You have no video capture device".

 

Can you please help?

 

Thankyou

i have a windows vista laptop with a built in camera and when using skipe i can see who iam talking to but they cant see me how do i fix this

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    Ive just purchased an MSI PR600 (I think thats what it is). It has an inbuit webcam which I cant get working. I think the webcam is an AveoCap but when I click on that application it opens saying "You have no video capture device".

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Use skype free call set-up.It will set up your cam n mic for all calls.RICHARDM69

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