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1.Open Device Manager 2.Open Imaging Devices 3.Right click on USB 2.0 and open properties. 4.Open Details and in property click on Hardware Ids to find PID Number for your web camera for example:USB\VID_04F2&PID_B1E5&mi_00. 5.Go on ASUSTEK website and download the camera driver looking for the real driver using the PID from your computer. 6.After downloading of Driver,first Uninstall the previous version of camera driver and restart the computer to take effect this Uninstall. 7.And finally You can install the Driver what You download. This is for ASUS K52N and I know,because I had same problem with upside down image/video on web camera. Thank You.
It may be the driver for the camera. To fix this, you go into device manager, click on
the + for imaging devices then right click on web cam. Choose the manufacturer for the camera. Maybe D-MAX? Download driver for that manufacturer and install it. Hopefully that will fix it. If not, try doing a recovery of the C: drive.
Windows Live Messenger Camera Image Upside Down(Iinversed Image) is the issue.You have probably tried to debug the problem with no result. Every information you found on the internet or what you were told to do yielded no benefit. You restart your computer depressing F8 to see if in safe mode things can be alright yet there is no difference from the normal system mode. This prolem has something to do with your system camera driver you installed or perhaps there is no cam driver installed in your system. Sometime it can be caused by the inverse system tool incorporated into the windows live messenger video section. Nevertheless, the best way to get your video image upright is as follows:
Uninstall any cam driver you installed in the system before(for those of you who have tried everything possible yet with no result).Also uninstall the windows live messenger from your system
Goto google search engine and type ccleaner and download it to clean the system and fix the registry editor.
STEP III Get your cam drive ready for installation. For those of you who doesn't have a cam drive you can go to google search engine to download possible one that is compactible with your system.
Run the installation wizard of the cam driver and install it.
Download windows live messenger from the internet .
Check your webcam or rather the video section of your windows live messenger if is upright now.
NB: If the video image is still upside down you will have to check you cam driver installed in the sytem from the control panel and untick inverse.