In order for you to utilize the web cam you first have to download a piece of software that supports the web cam. And if want want to use your web cam for pics be sure the download will support that as well. Some downloads support chat and web cam only and some do both.
Check out downloads by Bison, Message Yahoo and more... Just Google what you want and see what it comes up with. I'm sure there are others out there that can help you alot better than I can, but theres a start. Good luck... BTY most of these down loads are nearly free if not 100% free
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theres not a button but on start go to all programs then Acer Crystal Eye Webcam. Simple. If on the internet on a chat or something a box should come up asking for your approval to use the webcam simply click the yes button (or approve, something like that) and then it's on.
simpliest thing would be to go to acer's website, click on support and then drivers downloads and download the webcam drivers and softwar for your webcam..install them and try to run the crystal eye software again...sounds like the program isnt actually there but the drivers are.
The first thing to check is if your webcam is working correctly. If you're running Windows XP, click on the "start" button, then click on "My Computer". Now double click on "Acer Crystal Eye Webcam". It should now show a screen with video from the webcam (probably of your face in front of the computer).
Windows Movie Maker (free with Windows XP) will allow you to make video movies with your webcam. Instant messenger programs (free) like Skype, AIM, Yahoo Messenger, etc. will allow you to sent the webcam video to other users.
hi, if its a built in cam , then the driver disk will take care nof it, now for chatting, u just need to open the chat applet, there you can find or go to "My Web Cam" that doed not need any software for video chat, most of the chatt applets are smart to locate your system web cam.. let me know