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Orbicam problem I have bought one Acer Aspire? 5101WLMi for a year. Now when I open that, that show one grey screen. And when I open LiveCam Application in BisonCam in Windows, that said " sorry, you have no video capture hardware". Please help me, thank you very much.

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If you have a grey rectangle where ur cam should be. Especially after a fresh install plus all the drivers. although Then here's your solution :)

Go into device manager and delete the USB controller. Then reboot. When it says new hardware found let it automatically install it. Et voila, working cam :)

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Hi,
Better to reinstall ur webcam drivers.

Thannks

Posted on Feb 26, 2008

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