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Webcam My operating system failed and I had to install Windows Vista, my old system was Windows XP. Now it wont recognise my built in webcam. What can I do?

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You can find the correct driver for windows vista on the support site of the manufacturer of your webcam.

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What's your operating system?The Microsoft LifeCam VX-2000 is compatible with this operating systems:
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You can easily download the LifeCam drivers for the above operating systems from www.microsoft.com site.
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Microsoft LifeCam VX-1000 Webcam send me win2000 driver


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You need to download driver for your webcam. In order to download the driver for the webcam to be installed in the computer you need to simultaneously Google these three things
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(3)The Operating system you are running on your computer like Windows XP, Vista or 7 etc

You can also install the appropriate webcam driver from the CD/DVD disk that comes with the the packaging of the webcam.

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Hi,
I think ur laptop webcam driver not installed properly.If ur laptop have windows vista operating system then do these steps.
Goto Start - Programs - Recovery Manager - Recovery Manager.In that recovery manager,click on next.Its shows the Software reinstallation page.Click on next button two times.Its shows the software lists.Select the webcam software and click on next button.After reinstallation completed , u restart laptop and check it.
If ur laptop have windows XP operating system then u uninstall the webcam software through Add/Remove program and restart it.After restarting ,Reinstall the web cam software and check it. If u doesnt have webcam drivers then u go for nearest service centre and install it.

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