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My wintouch q75s camera wont work what should i do?

Built in camera is broken

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I have a wintouch q72. its is not getting charged up at all. only if i plug it to a PC it works but not charging up.its not charging up more than 2%. when i remove the cable, it shuts down. help me.......


1. Using a flashlight, please check if the power port pin is not broken. If it was, check if it is under warranty and bring it to nearest service center of windows or any accredited service centers of windows.
2. Please check power settings of your device.

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1. What type of cable are you using to connect your wintouch to the pc?

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Sony a350. Camera motor makes grinding noise when turning on and off. Noise lasts 1-2 seconds. Was not dropped or bumped. Local camera shop said lens not camera.


A few years ago that noise was extremely common on almost all body motor driven AF lenses, and it's not exactly uncommon these days.

Your kit lens is not bad, but it is built down to a price as a get-you-started measure. It's not built as well as the upgrade alternatives and is certainly not built to last nor with repairs in mind.

Your fix is to eventually replace your lens, preferably with one which has a built in motor which will be near silent and far faster to focus. Note that if your lens has become harder work for your camera body focus motor to operate then it will put an extra strain on the motor and can shorten it's lifespan.

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Wont take pictures


If every thing is working on the cam but the camera, and your cam has a built in memory, take the memory card out. Try using cam with just built in memory. Sometimes the cam wont format right with the memory card. Don't know why, but it just happens. If this works, you'll have to get another memory card. If the cam doesn't read the memory card, it will still work, but it won't take pictures.

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I have an acer aspire one laptop. The built in webcam is broken?


Sounds like a problem with the camera unless you made some software changes to your laptop.

Try another program to try your camera out with, if its still not working and your getting the same results then its a hardware problem with the camera. If the camera works with another program then its something in the settings of the original program that probably need to be changed.

Quick suggestion, try using yahoo messenger since that has a camera program built into it and see what the picture looks like from there and if its the same then you know its the camera. If the picture looks good then you still know its the original camera.

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My built in webcam for dell 1520 wont work. It


u just reinstall the software of the webcam for ur laptop model

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Built in camera wont work


looks like somehow the wire is broked . check for green light near it. go to near apple care

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Broken Built-in Diffuser Plate


I can repair your flash for you if you want it fixed
Berrie Smith Camera Repair
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They is six parts to fix the broken piece.
Diffuser two posts and springs, one flip spring

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