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Re: My cam is green.
You have to reset the camera settings. In your Camera Preferences, switch between setting of Low light, AE, Outdoors, etc., Apply and choose what setting is to your preference, Apply again and OK.
I found that setting the Camera's Options/Preferences while using Yahoo Messenger sets the camera to my desired setting (no longer greenish). However, it reverts back once I rebooted.
Hope this be of help/idea. Post back how things are or should you need additional information.
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Did you try uninstalling the webcam device in the Device Manager? Or try reinstalling the drivers. If it is only the display that is not working, but the sound is, it could also help if you reinstalled DirectX. Further webcam troublshooting ideas here.
Start- right click my computer - properties - hardware - device manager. Click on the + signs to expand links, find your camera, is there any question or exclamation marks showing, is so, right click & see what it says.
If nothing shows up as wrong, un-install your cam in device manager, restart your computer,(cam unplugged) when up & running, plug your cam back in & system will see it as new device & install it.
Hope this helps your issue.
Have a nice day.
Something probably corrupted your webcam software or configuration. Probably the best is to uninstall and reinstall the drivers and the software. Please check http://www.pcauthorities.com/pc-errors/how-to-fix-webcam-problems
The drivers should be here: https://www.shopezonics.com/Articles.asp?ID=108
Well, I tried everything on this list in a matter of 5 minutes. Nothing worked. Then I made the old DSL modem analogy.
Plug in your camera. Right click on My Computer, go to Properties. Go to the Hardware panel, and click on device manager. Find your camera listing in there (probably under imaging devices). Right click on it, and select uninstall. Unplug your camera and then replug it in.
Worked for me. Of course, take SilverDragon's advice before mine - you don't want to be configuring the wrong device for hours and not getting any picture at all.