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You need to locate a set of Windows 7 drivers, By your post I assume you upgraded from a previous version of windows. These drivers will have to be provided by the camera Manufacturer or Acer. You might possibly be able to get it working by setting Win 7 to run that device in Compatibility mode.
You can go to device manager and right click on screen and select scan for hardware changes,
It will detect hardware after that asked you for driver put the driver in CD/DVD ROM and continue instruction
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Try rebooting the computer in safe mode with networking...this is usually done by tapping the F8 key while the manufacturers splash screen shows up for a few seconds. Once the multi-boot screen comes up scroll to safe mode with networking and click ok. Once the computer boots up, it will probably be using a generic video driver to show a picture, go to acer's support site and download a fresh driver, the link is below....good luck. when you click the link, make sure you pick what operating system you are using to get the correct driver. click on drivers > notebook > aspire > 5630 > choose operating system.
Whenever you do get it booted into windows, run the command prompt and in there run "chkdsk /f". That will check your disk for errors and repair them. Yours sounds like a boot sector problem, chkdsk should be able to fix that.
the key to getting into safe mode....tapping F8 (only that key) super fast, not stopping until you hear a beep...and see the option to boot into safe mode. The most common reason that it will not work is that it is not pressed fast enough or early enough. You will know that you missed your chance if you see the windows loading screen......start pressing it right away when you restart your computer and don't stop pressing F8 until you see the black screen with the white letters giving you the option to boot into safe mode.