I had the same problem. For some reason the Camera Assistant software was gone from the hard drive. If you download the software, it seems to work. It is on the Toshiba support web site and the file name is util_camera_27128C.zip
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On Windows 7 and Windows 8 you can usually just plug in the webcam and wait a few seconds for Windows to automatically install basic/generic "driver" software which allows the webcam to work. You can check if the webcam is recognised and installed by going to Control Panel/Device Manager. In the Device Manager window locate and click on "Imaging Devices" to see your webcam listed. If there's a yellow exclamation point (!) or nothing listed under Imaging Devices then the webcam is not installed. In this case unplug the webcam, wait a few seconds, then plug it back in and see what happens.
With some webcams you must install software and drivers BEFORE you plug the webcam in. In that case, unplug the webcam then install drivers from a CD included with the webcam or download the drivers from the maker's website and install them. Make sure to choose the driver version specified as compatible with your version of Windows. After installing the drivers, restart the computer and wait for it to boot up fully, then plug in the webcam and see if it works.
One last possibility is that your webcam is too old to work with newer Windows versions. For example, we have an old Kodak DVC325 webcam which worked OK in Windows 98, ME, and Windows XP with SP1 and SP2, but it does NOT work in Windows XP with SP3 or any newer Windows version. Too bad, really, because it's a darn good little webcam!
Are you sure you have a Bluetooth device ibuilt-in on your laptop. The laptop can have the bluetooth button but not necessarily have the device built into the motherboard and that could be your case so you would have to buy an external one for connecting to USB
do you still have your support disc? IF yes, try to reinstall your drivers. If nor, go here, http://us.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/drivers select your product and download the drivers. If the problem still exist, maybe your hardware is broken
as per your camera specification your phone ibuilt memory is 16 mb.....
the video you have downloaded,evennthough it is avi file that supports your phone,the file may be bulky which takes minutes for ur camera to respond.....
also the supporting files may be corrupted,and even there are chances for virus affectng your camera,when you ve copied that file to ur camera.....the problem may not be with the files also,but sometimes it may be the result of virus attack......
use proper antivirus before you copy any datas to ur camera,because they are highly sensitive....
Connect Webcam Test your webcam here by hitting "Allow" in the top window and checking for your webcam in the left hand panel
If it works reasonably well Reboot webcam by disconnecting from USB for a few seconds. Open WLM ( msn ) Click ( > ) Open menu > Tools > Audio and webcam setup - set up audio by dedicating default mic and testing > Next - make your webcam default and adjust settings > Finish
I understand that your Notebook webcam is not working.
To isolate the issue please test webcam in quick play. If it do not work and shows black screen. Please perform the following steps.
Click start and in the start search box type Device Manager and press enter. Then click on + sign next to imaging devices and right click on HP Webcam and select disable. If it prompts you to restart the Notebook . Then restart the Notebook and check whether Webcam is working. If it wont prompt to restart the notebook then right click on the HP webcam again and enable it.
Then check whether the webcam is working.
When prompted to restart the Notebook after disabling the webcam . Even after restarting if webcam doesn't work. Then install the Webcam drivers from the following weblink.