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Web cam drivers

Im not sure what kind i got them used. no name on it

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Re: web cam drivers

U can get ur webcam drivers from these sites....
to find the company make of ur webcam go to device manager and scan for hardware changes u can probably get the name i think....try it

in this last link type"webcam drivers" in the search box..

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try this link sir

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You need to log on to acer europe, the drivers you need can be found here.

best of luck and let me know how you get on. :->

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Lost my cd

This is what you do:

First:) *unplug* ( yes UNplug) your camera from your computer
2) reboot your computer
3) goto this website and find your cameraa's model number and download the correct driver for your camera

4) install the driver
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you should be ready to rock n roll. Anymore questions i would be much oblige to help! have a great day!

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hit and hold these keys in order CTRL-ALT-Delete. Chose the Task Manager in the new window that pops open. There are four tabs - Applications, Processes, Performance, Networking. Make sure process is chosen. Click on where it says "Image Name" so everything is in alphabetical order. Seach for a process that aludes to your keyboard (magickeyboard.exe or such). Right click then "End Process". Now uninstall.

Unfortuneately I don't know the name of the specific process it is runningso take your best guess.

Don't fret if you think you messed up anything, when you reboot, everything comes back!!

Other ways to try things including the Windows boot file, this is just the easiest and usually works...


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Who makes the ez305 web cam. Look @ the website of the producer if they have a driver your in. But if they don't and vista won't install a generic driver it won't work. Vista will make a lot of hardware obsolete just like xp for hardware that works with windows 98.


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Hi Malcom,

The HP3420 is connected to your PC through the USB port and not through the LPT1/parallel port.

You have to change the port setting. Go to Start, Printers, right click on HP3420, click on Properties, go to the Ports tab, check/select USB, OK.

Alternately, you may have to re-install the drivers for the HP3420 and allow the program to Search for the printer connection. Clicking on the button Stop Searching will auto install it again to LPT1.

Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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