Question about Cameras
On the taskbar double-click the Camera Assistant Software icon , or from the Windows® Start menu, point to All Programs, Camera Assistant Software, and then click Camera Assistant Software. The Camera Assistant Toolbar location briefly displays on the desktop.
Then, click the button START CAMERA.
If the computer doesn't detect it, You can go to desktop, right click My Computer and select PROPERTIES then click the hardware tab, then click on device manager.
Look for the listing of your webcam, it may have a yellow exclamation mark next to it. Click it and select enable.
If it doesn't show up there, then you'll have to enter the bios and find it there to enable. Please refer to your computer manual on how to do this.
Perhaps you need to download the drivers from gateway.com
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