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you probably havent uninstalled it cos it's built in and on the next reboot it would have been found and the driver installed, but if you need the driver, go here and go down to vista and select Logitech Orbicam, or if you mean the camera will not come on when you click the opening software (as many 100's also have the same problem), try this its worked for most people.
Double click the cam opening software, then turn the camera (if you have a 225 Degree swivel one) to face the rear of the lid, then turn it back again, then keep clicking the software that is supposed to open it until it connects.
you haven't phsically uninstalled the cam, its built in, as it would have automatically installed again at the next startup, the same thing happens to a lot of ACER notebooks, follow these instruction at the below link
Hmm well here are the directions to follow if you are using XP (as you mentioned at the end of your problem) it may also work when used with vista.
Press ‘Alt + F10' to start eRecovery Management.
Enter default password of 6 zero's. Example: 000000 (Note: if this default password does not work, then a different password has taken its place. Acer is not responsible for any forgotten or misplaced passwords.)
Select ‘Recovery Actions' and click ‘Next'
Select ‘Reinstall Applications/drivers' and click ‘Next'
On the left hand side of the newly opened window select the following: Windows XP ? Driver ?Camera
On the right side of the same window, click ‘Install Camera Driver Now'
The unit will reboot after the installation is complete.
Acer Orbi Cam...yes, there have been many problems with this little cam, but below is the URL for you to copy and paste, then choose the driver......Orbi Cam http://support.acer-euro.com/index.html
Then choose driver downloads Choose your make and model, it will take you to the driver download pull down menu, choose your Operating system , either XP or Vista, then choose the Orbi Cam option. Download the driver, and install... Reboot your computer and try your Orbi..
Start - Programs - look for Acer Empowering technology Acer E-recovery - choose Restore - choose Apps and Drivers at the bottom of Restore tab (it will say extracting) - once extracted - click Install - click Vista on the left - click Drivers - click Camera or CCD - on the right side of the screen, click a phrase that has something like "Install now", follow on screen instructions.
** Note ** When the My Pictures or Pictures folder gets full, camera will not work - Cut and Paste all pictures in that folder to another folder and restart Orbicam program.