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You can do the following: Start your PC as an administrator > click Start or the Windows ball > Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance > System > Hardware > Device Manager > Scroll down to the device driver you wish to roll back > right-click on it and choose Properties > Click the Driver tab and then click Roll Back Driver. Note: Win7 ball > Control Panel > Device Manager. By rolling back the driver, your Arcade Deluxe Webcam should work like it used to.
Go to the web site below and download and install do as Administrator.
ptf.com/acer/acer+arcade+deluxe+2.1.6319/ - First though go to add/remove programs, locate it in the list, and click, uninstall sometimes programs will give you the option to "Repair" try this first, if no repair uninstall anyway so you'r fresh for the new install of DLed one.
There is no need to use acer arcade, you can just use windows media player or windows media center (which is acer arcade just changed a little by acer). The only way to recover acer arcade would only be possible by using your acer program recovery disks.
Is this an actual camera, or a built in web cam? If it's a built in webcam, on the bottom right hand corner of the monitor, look for a small speaker (it will be facing the clock in that task bar. Double click on it. It will bring up the volume leveler. If it is all the way down, use the mouse and turn it up; make sure the mute button isn't checked. Also, look on the front of your laptop (if it is a laptop) and look for a volume scroller. If there is one, turn it to the right (counter clockwise) to turn it up. I hope this information answers your question. Thank you.