Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
My webcam is no more working ,not seeing again it is telling me that no path found please help me fix it online
It sounds like the camera may need to be reseated on the motherboard. Could be a loose connection with the cable. You will need to get the keyboard and power strip off and access the cable from there. The cable runs from the right side of the display across the palmrest to the center lower part of the motherboard and plugs into a small flat socket. To get the power strip off, remove the battery, next...there are several screws you will see, all of those screw need to be removed, there may be 5-6. Now take the access cover off the memory/wireless compartment. There is a screw inside a tube marked with a keyboard symbol, this screw has to come out. Now turn the laptop over and pry the right side of the power strip up gently, just position it forward toward the screen just enough for the keyboard to flip up. Now shift the keyboard toward the screen so that the hold down tabs at the lower part clear the palrest. Now under the keyboard is the flat socket holding the keyboard cable, push the retaining tabs on both sides of the socket toward the screen, this releases the cable. Lift the keyboard free. Youcan leave the power strip where it is, it does not to be removed. Now look to the right side of the display at the right hinge. The flat cable is the camera cable, it is usually bundled next to the two wireless antennae leads. Follow the flat cable down to where it plugs into the motherboard. Pull the plug out and give the socket a blow of air to clean dust and debris. Now plug the cable back in and make sure it seats well. Put everything back together, go to HP and make sure you download the "Cyberlink" Youcan software drivers and the camera should work fine.
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