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Aspire 7520-5839 the webcam application has stopped working

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STEPS

  1. right-click on My Computer
  2. click on Hardware Tab
  3. Click on Device Settings
  4. click on webcam icon to expand tree
  5. if the webcam is in YELLO Question Mark then the drive has been remove.
SOLUTION
  1. reinstall driver from www.acer.com

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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