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Explain, external camera or built in web cam. If external camera connecct by USB camera and if system does not see camera then go into control panel and select Add Hardware and follow online guide.

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"No camera is connected" -- USB connection


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"Camera not connected." -- Serial connection


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"Failed to Connect to Camera." -- Serial connection


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