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No connection i have an hp laptop. when i turn on my cyberlink youcam, it opens but a message pops up saying: "Cannot connect to this video device (HP Webcam). Please select another capture device via settings or close any application that may be using this device and restart Youcam." when i got to settings, and click capture device, the only option is HP Webcam so i click that and then click ok but then the same message comes up. what is going on? please help me!!!

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  • teakayy_393 Feb 10, 2009

    how do i do this? the webcam i have is built into the laptop, sorta like a mac. and when it used to work a blue light would appear. now it just wont show up at all.

    i reinstalled youcam so many times but it still doesnt work. help anyone?

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Try to all usb ports on cpu .reinstall your cam drivers to after removing old drivers.

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