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click start control panel
view devices and printers you should see your webcam from there if you are have trouble
with your webcam click start control panel
administrive tools ,computer management ,device manager scroll down image
devices you could see a yellow question mark? right click to reinstall
drivers or update driverhope this helps also during a video call at the top of your
screen you will see an option to for a video call using yahoo messenger this
might vary if you are using another messenger service hope
this helps http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/soft/74784/ both of these are lexmark image drivers http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/soft/433982/
Okay MSN only support so many camera first you want to check is your camera on there list?
If so check the following:
reinstall operating system if those two does not work.
If the problem is not resolved with the solutions above consider another alternitve camera such as logitech or the lifecame 3000 from microsoft. I am sure there might be something fouled up wit h the messanger or the OS.
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I suggest downloading a new msn or lose MSN than go to start control panel add&remove programs ‘windows live essentials’(if using WLM 2009) ‘windows live messenger’(if using WLM 8.5) click on 'remove' and then on 'repair' wait til the wizard finishes sign in again Hope I helpedMSN expertDr Reed
=? try this close MSN than go to start control panel add&remove programs ‘windows live essentials’(if using WLM 2009) ‘windows live messenger’(if using WLM 8.5) click on 'remove' and then on 'repair' wait til the wizard finishes sign in again
=?if it does not work uninstall from the control panel Start control panel add&remove programs 'windows essentials' ( if using WLM 2009) 'windows live messenger(if you use a previous version) remove
=?if it doesn't work ? You have to use this program created by microsoft to remove WLM 9.0 beta3/WLM 2009 Windows Installer CleanUp Utility 1.0 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301/e… once started search in the programs list for "(All Users) Windows Live Messenger [14.0.5027.0908]" mark it with a mouse click, then click on the 'remove' button'
?NOTE: if you are trying to install WLM 8.5 and having problems, using Windows Installer CleanUp Utility search and remove "(all User) Windows Live Beta (all programs) [14.0.5025.904]"
=?if it doesn't work use "zapmessenger" A regular issue faced is the dreaded “Another version of the product is already installed”, “Your computer has a newer version of MSN Messenger than the one you are trying to install”, ““Your computer has a newer version of Windows Live Messenger than the one you are trying to install”, “The feature you are trying to use is on a network resource that is unavailable” and similar messages.
I had the same problem with the Panda 10C from Walmart. From what I can determine the "advanced driver" was not included in the installation software on the CD. The installation literature included with the unit says to install the "advanced driver" first, then plug in the webcam to a USB port. I got it to work finally by plugging in the webcam to a USB port, then just installing the generic driver from the software included in the package. It works with Skype, but there is no face tracking, etc. I could not find an advanced driver on the web. I contacted Arcsoft, the maker of the software but they could not help. Lexma does not even show the Panda on their site, but they might help. I paid about $25CDN for the unit, so I guess you get what you pay for. I think I will look at another webcam, perhaps a logitech Pro 9000, but some of the reviews show it even has problems, mostly with the sound.
your cam has to be setup on msn as well After you start Windows Live Messenger, expand the view by clicking on the square on top left next to the red X. Then on the Windows Live messenger window on the right side, click on “ “Show Menus.” And then click on “Show the Menu Bar”. Next go to the Menu Bar on right side, click on Action. Go to “TOOLS” and click “Audio and Video Setting and follow the instructions.
let me know if this helped
I had the same issue when i installed new Messanger 2009. I found another thread that states that it is Macfee site advisore is the problem go toprogramm files / macfee / site advisor. in that folder look for the file sasets.ini....
right click on the file and open with notepad scroll down to see the following and change the (1) to 0
[msnmsgr.exe] Enabled=0 ........... change the 1 in this line to a 0 Type1=0 Type2=0 NotifyChange1=0 NotifyChange2=275 EnumID=7