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Promblem with webcam attaching at the end of installistion i need to get in touch with my daughter but i dont get for her to see.

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Hi,
Hi, in Windows Live Messenger you have to go into Tools > Audio and Video Setup, and click Next past the audio settings, and, on the video settings box, choose USB Video Device from the list of drivers.
In Skype, you do the same in Preferences > Video settings.
Hope this helps

Chris (ziraffa)

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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