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Windows7 is sometimes a pain to do this. Once it get's a file it just doesn't want to release it.
Go to DEVICE MANAGER - look for your cam and remove the driver. Then be sure if it recommends that you have the can hooked up. After you uninstall the drivers. Download and run CCleaner Also look close and run the REGISTRY - it will clean it all up for you. Reboot the machine. Again be sure if the cam should be hooked up. Run the program as prompted.
If this doesn't work - try removing the driver again - run Ccleaner - and then defrag.
This should get you going soon.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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