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It seems that any application is using your web cam already.
Use the task manager( Ctrl + Alt + Del ) to stop all unnecessary application which you not needed or not know. Then try to run this web cam it should work.
If still its giving problem then check it from Control Panel > Camera, it should work here.
Lenovo 3000 Y410 is not designed for windows 7, I don't think that Lenovo will make drivers for windows 7, you can try to install the Vista drivers. here is the link for 32 bit, they did not release any 64 bit drivers for this model. you can download and save the drivers to your computer then right click the installer then click properties, click the compatibility tab then select run this program in compatibility for Vista Service pack 2. If it still doesnt work you can try to run Windows update and hopefully microsoft have some patch for that.
Hope This help.
Press FN+ESC button on the keyboard to enable/disable the camera. You may download the driver by clicking here and the EasyCapture Webcam software here. Please be reminded that the Lenovo Y410 machine is using Win Vista 32 bit OS that is the only compatible os for the driver.
Should you have any other questions just please leave a comment.
If the webcam is built-in, try to download the approptiate driver for your webcam. Take note of the corresponding OS (operating system), you must download and install the driver according to your OS. Remove all webcam driver which is not provided by the manufacturer of your webcam, for it might conflict and coz malfunctioning.
In case your laptop was already formatted from its ORIGINAL state (factory set-up), browse on factory website (LENOVO) for its original bios. If all this things failed, it is more probably a hardware or webcam problem...so you must replce it. Please take note the model number of your laptop prior to download and intstallation.
1. Try the Updated Windows XP Professional SP2 (verison 5.1.2600) to the most latest and greatest update 2. Trt to check if the camera is working .. If not, 3. Download the integrated camera creative drive from dell .. website . here's the link
4. Install the above driver, restart your computer 5. After restart press Fn+Esc key .. to enable the camera. (You should see a small pic icon on the right side bottom of the screen) 6. The hardware wizard will detect a new USB Webcam
*Note: The above link also works for lenovo. Please rate me if you already have the result.. thanks..