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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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
Webcams are opened with a program, like MSN MESSENGER, SKYPE, FACEBOOK, PALTALK or other software that uses webcame to relate to other people. The way to work the webcams are within those programs, and easy to operate when you use them.
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
Shutdown the computer and disconnect webcam. Restart computer then after full boot, attach webcam and test to see if webcam works. If this does not solve the problem restart the computer with webcam attached. If this does not solve the problem then the webcam may be broken. If this is an internal webcam I recommend contacting the manufacturer.
if ur webcam is not working what u can do is first of all u can uninstall and reinstall the drivers for the webcam and then try ur webcam and still if it doesnt work restart ur computer once and then connect the webcam and try it out and still if it doesnt work then replace the webcam and get a new webcam which is compatible with ur computer.
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.