Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
Your not able to rotate the cam on an Asus. If the webcam is upside down, the driver installed is incorrect. You can uninstall the cam-driver by entering the device manager, then search for E-driver on your laptop. You will find the appropriate driver from there. If it still turns out to be upside down; enter device manager, right click the webcam, enter properties, pick details and lock for hardware id. copy the id, google it, and pick the Asus-related hit. Asus use the same cams in several series, so you will get the appropriate driver. Just be sure that you pick the driver that's from an Asus-site.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Asus K52J webcam upside down.
It is required to Update the Camera Driver of the Computer. Please visit the following Link to Update the Camera Driver of the Computer for installed Operating System.
Posted on Dec 08, 2010
I have to say Win 7 did not give you virus's these come from online activities or downloading software or not have an anti-virus software installed or not taking care of cleaning your computer of files that are no longer needed from a deletion of a unwanted program. Spyware and Mail-ware are also common. There is several software preventive measures which insure these kinds of infections do not get on to your hard drive.
Recently instead of using popular anti-virus software on the market today, Microsoft offers the Windows Security Essentials for all of their products you can only download and use them if you have passed the "Genuine Activation Process" I personally have deleted all my anti-virus programs and now use Security Essentials. It is none intrusive like most anti-virus software is these days which can bog down systems and performance. To solve the issue with the upside down picture if there is no rotate option to turn the picture over your cam is active you do not need to necessarily use the original cam software that came with the cam device only to load its driver. I use other cam software that works just as well with any cam. You can find them anywhere some free and some not so free maybe the question might be to ask others where to get the free cam software for a cam? Personally I will not use cam software that does not have many options to choose from. Once stuck you have to reload the software again.
This would be my option if I had a cam that was not working properly reload the software that cam for the cam the drivers as well. Be sure to delete the cam software that came with the computer and use the drivers disk to restore your cam files and program if you have it. If you do not have it then try an external program that will work for any cam on the market today. Keep tweaking with it there has got to be a selection which will allow you to rotate the picture. The cam itself is not faulty but the configurations is without seeing what it is doing that would be my guess. John
Posted on Jan 17, 2011
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