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Webcam problem when i start my webcam i see nothing but green and bluish verticle lines throughout the entire screen and my viewers also see the same thing please help i am an online teacher and this means no work untill i repair this problem,is there something i can do to repair it or can i get another cam and plug it into the usb?please help me ,thank you,Anastacio Rangel

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