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Uninstall Adobe and AIM. Then reinstall it again and restore your computer while your at it.
That way it should help.
If you need help on restoring reply and I'll get back ASAP with the intructions...
Click "Tools" then "Audio & Video Setup". If it says your camera's working, then all should be well on your end. Then, if you want to connect to someone who also has a webcam, they also have to be set up to send and receive video and audio.
First think you have check is see your video on your computer, you dont how to see if you are using the windows xp operating system. goto my computer the see the web cam on the other device. double click the icon and then it shows the video of your's. If you cant see any icon on the My computer window. Then you have to see the My computer porperties.
there you can see the hardware tab and hardware settings and see the multimedia devices. see it is working properly.
you can't see after these changes of settings then you have to install the web cam software again on your computer.