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Re: quick cam express
1st You download Webcam Driver. Quick cam After this install the Webcam driver in the system. Installation of Webcam Driver Go to the control panel Click on the System Icon Click on the Hardware Tab Click on the Device Manager s Select the Unknown Device or printer device where yellow Question Marks sign on it. Right click on it and uninstall it. After this go to the top of the device manager and click on scan for hardware changes. Driver installation Wizard start. Brows Your Driver from the Hard Disk and click on next. Driver will be install.
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Many webcam sites rely on ActiveX and CGI scripts. In such cases the user has to download an ActiveX component before he can see your images. Moreover, in many cases firewalls will not allow webcam operation
make sure your activex are enabled. you can do that by going to tools>options>internet icon>custom level>activex and enable them all alternatively it might be your pop up blocker.
hope this helps
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Windows Live Messenger Camera Image Upside Down(Iinversed Image) is the issue.You have probably tried to debug the problem with no result. Every information you found on the internet or what you were told to do yielded no benefit. You restart your computer depressing F8 to see if in safe mode things can be alright yet there is no difference from the normal system mode. This prolem has something to do with your system camera driver you installed or perhaps there is no cam driver installed in your system. Sometime it can be caused by the inverse system tool incorporated into the windows live messenger video section. Nevertheless, the best way to get your video image upright is as follows:
Uninstall any cam driver you installed in the system before(for those of you who have tried everything possible yet with no result).Also uninstall the windows live messenger from your system
Goto google search engine and type ccleaner and download it to clean the system and fix the registry editor.
STEP III Get your cam drive ready for installation. For those of you who doesn't have a cam drive you can go to google search engine to download possible one that is compactible with your system.
Run the installation wizard of the cam driver and install it.
Download windows live messenger from the internet .
Check your webcam or rather the video section of your windows live messenger if is upright now.
NB: If the video image is still upside down you will have to check you cam driver installed in the sytem from the control panel and untick inverse.
First, go to Control Panel->Add or Remove Progs. Uninstall this webcam from there.
Third. Insert the CD that came with the webcam and auto run it. The drivers will be installed.
Fourth. Now connect the webcam and allow Windows to detect it and load its drivers.
Now you are ready to face the world.
You also have to run the prog that you may have installed along woth the drivers. Run that prog and see yourself.
Have you installed all the software that came with your webcam? if so then yahoo messender is one free program that allows you to interract online with your web cam the software should give you other programs that you can use to either make live vids or take still shots.. the way you use the webcam is entirely in your hands.. experiment with the programs that you installed with your webcam or goto acer site and ask them
look through the front grill while its "on" you should see a glow from a neon lamp inside. If its not on chances are the circuit card is dead (should have about 350VDC plate voltage).
I have a used but good board if anyone needs one.
This problem is easily sorted I' sure you'll be pleased to hear!. Firstly, go into skype and got to the tools menu. Click options. Once there click on Video options. Here you will see your avatar. Fom the drop down box select Creative Live cam optia pro instead of virtual webcam. You will now be able to video conference! Hope this helps.
Sound Blaster is notorious for this problem, I have experienced it myself. Uninstall everything again, sorry it's a must, this time, do not use the cd for the initial driver install, download the latest driver first to your hard drive, uncompress the zip file to a folder on your desktop. Once you have the updated driver info ready, then install the hardware and use the new driver when asked by windows to install it, this should correct the problem. Also, make sure the default sound card is sound blaster using the control panel, sounds and audio devices, audio tab.
After quite a bit of searching i have come up with only a few results, none of the websites I came up with allow you to order a part and install it yourself. I'm not sure how many of these sites will send you a part and a manual should you ask for it, but repairs do tend to be quite pricey, ranging from $140 and up. One of the best sites i found was this: http://www.mcvr.com/sony_cybershot.htm
Hope this helps and pleasure to be of assistance. FerrariXP
Same problem. Have Creative Web Cam Pro. When I installed it and everything it showed me sitting there and I could see myself fine. I open PC-CAM Center, however, and it says "Creative Camera not detected. Please plug in to continue..." It's plugged in. I can click the button on top and the PC-CAM center comes up, so I know it works. But it won't detect it. Thanks for any help you can provide!