Question about Sony VAIO Computers & Internet
No imaging device shows in the device manager.. I have lost my original OS disk too.
In Device Manager "Scan For Hardware Changes" if it does not find missing hardware go to Sony Laptop drivers and support, you did not say which OS you are using, and download the drivers/software for your OS :http://www.sony-mea.com/support/product/VPCCW26FA. Thay's a good place to start. After loading the drivers/software RE-BOOT.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem of code 10. I am using an HP pavilion dv6000 with a ricoh webcam. I found that I download a microsoft updates on the 8th of febuary which included some sonix drivers which were optional and no good to me but stoped my webcam working.
By going into 'control panal' and selecting 'system' then 'devise manager' you get a list of your system. If you then select the 'universal serial bus controlers' at the bottom you will see the sonix driver. By rolling back this installed driver I found my webcam started working again.
This solved my problem and I cant believe there aren't a lot of people out there with the same problem. Good old microsoft!
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
SOURCE: crystal eye webcam not found
Make sure that the usb drivers do not have conflick right click on my computer and go to propertys open the device manager and see if there are any conflick of driver unistall the camera and drivers for the camera restart the laptop ad the setup disk and follow the prompts to reinstall the drivers if you dont have a setup disk download the driver and put them on a disk ,if you install from a disk you will have less chance of conflick than you would if you just down load and install from the internet.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
If no devices for the webcam are showing in device manager, and you can't trigger it to be detected, the camera hardware may be dead. One good way to test this would be to back up all your important files to an external hard drive (or your d: partition-acerdata) and perform an acer factory restore by pressing alt+F10 at startup time. Alternately, you could use your discs that came with the laptop, or make a set using the e-recovery management console. The d: partition is not affected by a factory restore. This will tell you if the camera is dead. If it still won't respond after a factory restore, contact acer for warranty service. Acer will likely insist you do the system restore first though.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
The trick to the HP web cams is the fact that they work with one piece of software only. Go to the HP support site...here...
scroll to the bottom of the page to the "see also" header. Choosethe download youcam file. It is a binary file that can be saved to your hard drive and then installed.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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