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hi when you boot your system go to the cmos settings a blue screen will show that is either you press f2 or f12 as your system requires,
go to the on board settings i am sure the web cam on board is disables from this settings, enable it save the settings and exit. meanwhile on your windows xp make sure you have the webcam software installed this should work.
First check the Device manager for any conflict between the web cam and the laptop, then run add hardware app and let the plug and Play system find the USB camera, and renew any drivers you need. then when everthing thing is set correctly run the program running the web cam.
Try uninstalling this web cam and deleting any files associated with then reinstalling it and reloading the drivers.. nly a suggestion. As for using it on line most instant message programs have a system to use web cams and there is web cam viewer software available for free download on the internet