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Re: Canon Vizcam 1000
There must be a driver conflict with the graphics, try uninstalling the cam software and re installing and use a different usb port.
I assume there are no lines after a reboot so update your pc's graphics card driver and the latest driver for the cam.
If you are having general graphic problems, go to My computer,
right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager and in the list look for graphics adapter, click on the '+' sign to your graphics adapter and right click and select uninstal.
reboot pc and the graphics controller will be re installed and the driver also automatically
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Try this. Download http://www.natech-inc.com/names/other_programs/vidcap/ exe from this location and save to your local drive. right click on file and open properties dialogue. under compatibility tab check the box "Run this program ......."and select windows server 2003. Apply and close the dialogue. Run the same file again. You can see you pretty face. let me know for any issues. Thanks Ramana
Ok well this is a USB camera, ya need the correct cable and the drivers..
Take a look here as there is a lot of info about it. But basically as I said, ya need to find the correct drivers and install the camera into any USB port, when it's detected give it the driver software and ya should be good to go.
try the above link for some info.
Here is what is happening, most web cams are charge-coupled device CCD type image devices they work by caturing the image as it changes the charge along the surface of a capacitive matrix. Over time this matrix begins to break down. This is what you are experiencing. The cheaper the camera the faster the breakdown of the matrix. It can not be helped. The fact is as all of these digital cameras get older they will begin the dim and have poor color resolution due to the CCD matrix decaying.
I hope this helps.