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try to re-install again the driver of your web cam..and restart your loptap.
then log on to your MSN account again.locate the web cam icon underneath your display.
click the web cam icon.select send my webcam to your chat partner.
wait until your chat partner accept your invitation..
when you got the cam it should have come with a disk, on that disk is a software for your cam. Install it and you can make video clips and email them. as for gmail, no you won't be able to video chat directly, but you can on yahoo messenger and msn messenger. just install yahoo messenger and when you are in a chat window there is a camera icon near where your photo is. click on it and it will launch your cam and send an invitation the the other party and they will see your cam.
when i login on yahoo messanger and connect my web cam that time during brodcasting i cant see image in cam, same time camera idicates that its working properly, i'm using asus eee pc 4g series notebook, plese sugest me that what to do
Try going into Yahoo messenger and when signed in go to actions and scroll down to "Invite to view my webcam" click it it should come up with a setup screen for your web cam. Or alternatively Click on the messenger button scroll down to preferences.and open it then go to the webcam setup and follow instructions