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Camera freezes constantly when trying to use

I have been trying the last few days to use my PC cam, but it continues to freeze. What may be causing this?

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Signal lag... wifi... lan...service provider dial up...if its happening online.... if not... system resources are low like hard drive space or too little memory available

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