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Dear Tori, Greetings from New Zealand! You have not supplied much info - so we'll start from the beginning...SAFELY Remove web-cam connection - (I presume it is a USB connection?) - by R-clicking on the little icon - usally green - in the systray by the clock, & following instructions. Have you installed the web-cam "driver" software from the cd that came with the web-cam? If not then do so. Plug in web-cam USB & wait until pop-ups notify you that web-cam device is detected & ready to use. L-Click on "START" > All Programs > Web-cam program. If this option does not work/is not available, then OPEN "My Computer" & click on web-cam icon. This should start web-cam software & you SHOULD see your smiling face on screen! If Nothing works - then you will have to make a note of the model & contact Gateway for support. I hope that this helps! GBU! - Bruce.
You need to install the software driver of you web cam first, do as instructed and it should work after that. Driver of your webcam is included on purchase in CD media but just in case you dont have the drivers just download it here hd310v just click download, select your operating system and choose installer either of the 2 options provided. hope that helps
I researched your question and you can download the drivers you need to make your web cam operate. This is the Trust official site so you are getting the correct drivers you need. Below is the link you will need to take you there.Either click on the link or copy and paste it in to your web browser then download the drivers you need for the operating system you have here is the link.
I would suggest you unplug the web cam from your computer first, then down load the drivers and install them then if your prompted too plug your web cam back in again. If your not prompted to plug in your web cam wait until the drivers install. Then plug your web cam in a message will pop up saying a new device or drivers are being installed. Once this completes reboot (restart) your computer and you should now be able to use your web cam again.
I hope this helps you out, if it does please leave a YES that I did help you out. Thank you.
You need to give us more info! What kind of PC? What kind of cam?
What operating system?
Try uninstalling the software that came with the cam. Turn off your computer and plug in the cam, then turn the PC back on and follow the instructions that windows gives you.
That may fix the problem. If it works DONT install the software that came with it!
Without your exact web cam and operating system, I can't locate the precise drivers for you. Also, with the web cam being 6 or 7 years old, depending on the model and again your operating system, it may or may not be compatible with your computer, if you have upgraded since last using it.
acer has software installed to use the web cam. it is usually in the start menu. some computers that have web cams in order to use the have some sort of messenger service installed on them. the instant messenger service is what computer uses to access the cam.