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You can do the following: Start your PC as an administrator > click Start or the Windows ball > Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance > System > Hardware > Device Manager > Scroll down to the device driver you wish to roll back > right-click on it and choose Properties > Click the Driver tab and then click Roll Back Driver. Note: Win7 ball > Control Panel > Device Manager. By rolling back the driver, your Arcade Deluxe Webcam should work like it used to.
Ok I,m not sure i can solve the problem for you, but have had problems with my acer 6920 G. Hopefully this will help. I was playing blu ray discs on my acer 6920 G wich i believe has the same sony/nec Optiarc blu-ray player. It was playing blu rays fine for a while. then as newer and newer releases were coming out it would not play some blue rays from certain manufacturers (Fox). Then newer releases from other manufacturers would not play. I was getting updates from acer arcade deluxe that would allow me to play some of the newer releases. The only problem i was having was that the updates (patches?) were not keeping up to the newer releases. The last update from acer was corrupted or somthing was wrong with it and then my blu-ray player wouldn't play anything at all. To solve the problem I reinstalled acer arcade deluxe using the acer e recovery management. This fixed the problem. But now back to square 1. My older blue rays will play but not the newer ones. I've been going over this problem for a while now. The Acer site was no help at all. The e-mailed me some solutions both hardware and software but weren't even close to what the problem is. You can try Cyberlink Power DVD 8 and it runs better than the Acer Arcade Deluxe. (They write the updates for the acer arcade deluxe) It is expensive the last time i checked. Hope this helps a little.
I have had the same problem ... that happend to me when I press the arcade deluxe button on the blue gem controler on the left.
when I tryed to run vista again it keeps going to the arcade deluxe system ...
the only solution for that case that works with me when I run the system recovery and installed fresh copy from the windows vista that came with my laptop ...
I hope that helps you in your case.