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Open skype go to tools options scroll to audio settings or video settings you can see the webcam there you can even take a snapsot also make sure your settings are correct for a video call hope this helps
It seems as though there may be 2 different issues: #1.Webcam #2.Earphones. I'll offer a possible solution for each one of them:
------------------------ 1).WEBCAM If you don't have a crystal eye webcam shortcut on your desktop then do the following: •Click Start (lower left-hand of screen) •Select Run •Copy and paste this in the Run window (include quotation marks): "C:\Program Files\ACER Crystal Eye webcam\Acer Crystal Eye webcam.exe" •Click ok The Crystal Eye webcam will become activated ------------------------ 2).EARPHONE The audio output settings can be managed from the control panel as follows: •Click Start (lower left-hand of screen) •Select Control Panel •Select Sounds •Select the speaker and click properties. Check the properties settings and make sure the speaker is enabled and working ok ------------------------
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try downloading the compatible acer aspire webcam software for your laptop. My laptop is also acer. It is aspire 4730z and it works perfectly fine. I think the software you are using is not compatible with your laptop.
Also most aspire models have lesser durability webcams. It gets really annoying when webcams of aspire won't work. I completely understand your situation.
Just follow my instruction and it will work perfectly fine.
Dear anshuman2vir, go to www.microsoft.com, try the all download tab, let microsoft scan your computer and then download the latest driver that match your webcam, don't forget to put the 'vista support' on your keyword in search bar on microsoft site. enjoy!