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You will first want to download and install new webcam drivers. Since you have not provided the brand name, I can't locate them for you. Check out the link below which I wrote providing a list of common device drivers.
If you don;t know your webcam brand and model, you cannot look for the manufacturer's website. One option is to use a driver finder program to locate the driver based on the webcam's device identifier.
hmmmm. I tried to find your driver after that serial no ....but its impossible....so you gonna have to find a way to find out her name... My suggestion is ....to download Everest ( from the web ...its a program whom identifies your hardware ...usually the electronic signature ....I'm not sure ...if it will see your web cam if you dont have the driver but its worth trying .... so ...after you know more about the web cam ...I have no troubles locating your driver ....its ussually mather of minutes...so ....good luck! remember .....name is everest
well the simplest answer is to get Driverpro and plug the webcam in and then let the program determine what the webcam is and download the driver (along with any other drivers you might need to update for your computer.) Unless you can find out what the webcam is. If its a quickcam or some other brand to do a search. And since I'm assuming you've already tried to just plug and play it and the comp can't install it with general drivers, you haven't been able to look at what the cam is in your hardware profile.
Sonix Webcam detector task. Webcam program installed by the drivers for
Sonix-made webcams. This program enables the System Tray webcam icon
installed by your webcam drivers to recognize whether your webcam is
plugged in or not. At the time of writing, 21-Jun-2007, our tests show
that this program has no other purpose. Note : Sonix is an OEM
manufacturer. That is, it manufactures webcams for other companies to
re-sell under their own brand names and logos. As a result you will
find this program installed by the drivers CD for a variety of makes of
webcams, such as Argos' own brand, Mikomi, in the UK, LG, MSI, Olidata,