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You do not need the install CD to use the webcam. Depending on your operating system (XP, Vista,etc.) once you plug it into your computer,
the computer should look for and install the drivers you need for it to
function. If it does not, just go to the manufacturers website and get the
drivers from them, or google the type and model webcam you have and
add "drivers" after it. It will take you to the webpage with the
drivers you need. Just pick the one that is for your operating system,
download it, and install it. Reboot the computer and everything should
be fine. I hope this helps and good luck.
There could be two possibilities. Drivers for Video card are not installed, bad. or a faulty monitor (could be loose inside the computer) or graphics card. Another reason is because the cord that goes to the computer for whatever reason is to close to a power cord or power bar. Have you tried moving it any?
After eliminating all of these things the only thing left is the monitor itself and within the monitor the only component typically capable of producing rolling lines as you describe is the power supply.
I suspect it's the refresh rate in the monitors settings. Try making the refresh rate lower.
Last night, i had a few other problems with my pc as a result of a nasty virus i got from someone on msn so i completelyreinstalled vista so it is all fine now, sorry to wast any-ones time but i originally did not expect a full reinstall
Is the issue occuring only with the webcam, or is the picture quality of the new monitor bad in general? I would suggest checking the monitor properties via control panel. You can also try reinstalling the webcam drivers. Try that first and let me know how it goes..
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This will then take you to the next window where you need to select your
Operating System. Then you will get your download driver.