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Is your WEB cam driver is properly install? to check it go to your device manager and see if the cam is properly updated. if not then you can get the driver for it from HP website. if you don't have web cam application tehn you can download youcam software from the net.
I would recommend going to the manufacturers website of the laptop and see if they have added the driver for Windows 7. If not while you are there, you can look up the driver for that web cam and it should tell you what type it is. You might also be able to put in the particular model number of your laptop and pull up the original configuration of that laptop.
hi harley, I think upgrading your OS to vista or win 7 doesn't help you find out where your web cam was located. I think you need to install the driver that the laptop must have. The driver I am referring to is the driver of the whole hardware of your laptop(display driver, sound and including your web cam). If you can't find it, you may wish to ask from the store where you bought your laptop. Hope this help harley.