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Hey I went to properties and I have full control but i still cant save it it says cannot create the file make sure that the path and file name are correct . what do i do?

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  • nelcarlos_07 May 11, 2010

    pls help me to what is the best solution to connect my web cam

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Hello SONALI
Make HP laptop webcam work in Vista Here's the information for finding and properly downloading the correct drivers and software updates that will make your HP web camera work under Vista.

First do the following:

1. Have an internet connection
2. Have your correct model number ready

Then do the following:


1. Select your Pavillion laptop model from this list

2. Click on the "software & drivers" link

3. Select your operating system

4. Scroll to the bottom and download the software update file

5. Follow the instructions on that page

What else you should know about making the HP Pavillion webcam work with Vista HP will be periodically releasing drivers and software for the built-in webcam for users that have the pre-installed version of Vista on their Pavillion notebook. If your the type of computer user that has a habit for trying out new software, devices and basically anthing for a computer then you'd better get used to spending more time getting those things to work with Vista for awhile.
I hope this page of information helped you find out how to make your HP pavillion laptop webcam work with Vista..

AND Pls tell what kind of error u are getting while connection CAM to Internet

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I hv purchsed HP Pavilion tx1000 notebook pc. it was getinig vy heat due to this region pc was getting shut down. i hv given it to my near by service center. but still it is not working properly. its web cam as (HP pavilion Webcam Driver for Vista v061.001.0005- chicony) driver is also not loaded properly. when opens with net it gives error.
pls help me wht to do?

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