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Install DriverMax 188.8.131.523 or driveridentifier http://www.driveridentifier.com/desktop.php and drivers choose to present it requires inscription on site.
I had the same problem but once I installed these two could find the drivers it needed. You can also go to the asus website and search for the model name of your laptop.
I have another problem: after install win7, the batery not charge. I bought the laptop with Vista, but I installed XP, now installed
Windows 7, everything is working perfectly but not charge the battery, I've
tried everything: calibration, tested various power plans, I ended up buying a
new battery but no result . I think it must be some kind of driver or change
something in the BIOS that I lack despite having returned to install XP and
Vista and battery re-charging without problem. if you can help me send email firstname.lastname@example.org good luck
I don't know if this will work with Vista but in Windows 7 you can go to the speaker icon in the taskbar and click on the icon above the volume control. This will take you to the sound properties. Click the levels tab and mute the PC speaker. This worked for me.
Are you using Windows Vista? You can fix this problem bt using your installation dvd. After the first couple of scrrens, you will get an option to REPAIR the installation. You should get a functioning system after that.
There may be a problem concerning drivers for WinXP. - it seems like that Vista is the supported software,
however, try downloading this update software for your laptop,
fromHERE: if this doesn’t work, I´d suggest that you go back to
You need to download the drivers for your webcam for windows Vista. Go here and choose your computer. In the right box, choose Acer Orbicam (logitech). That is the vista driver. Download and install it. There you go :c)
I had this problem on my PC and I tried everything from updating drivers to re installing the software and updating my graphics card but nothing seemed to work.
And then as a last resort I right clicked on the icon on my desktop and chose properties and clicked on the Compatability tab and unchecked on display settings Run in 640x480 screen resolution.
This worked and did not affect the webcam in anyway.