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UNPLUG your camera from the USB port, first.
If you have your installation disk that came with the camera, completely uninstall the drivers (in add and remove programs in control panel). Reinstall the original drivers from your installation disk and when instructed, plug the camera back into the USB port. Most USB devices require that you FIRST install the drivers and THEN plug in your device. If this does not work, try downloading new drivers from the manufacturers website and use those, or Google yawcam (yet another webcam) and use that program and drivers. It is a generic program and drivers that I have used in the past after I bought a cheap webcam off eBay that didn't have drivers that worked and no controls for the camera. If any of this is helpful, please rate it as helpful. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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