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Check your device manager for device flags.
If found remove them. Remove the device and allow windows to reinstall the drivers.
If the imageing device is not being shown in device manager, you may have a bad webcam.
Remove any, all usb input devices and reboot to safe mode.
Check your device manager for device and flags.
If your imaging device shows up in your device manager and not in Skype, try removing Skype and reloading
Hope this helps
Check your device manager for the imaging device ( webcam )
If not found, try booting into safe mode and give a look again in device manager.
If you have any usb devices connected disconnect them
If all of this do not work, you may have disconnected the webcam or could be bad.
Best is to do system restore.System restore is under
With system restore you can go back to previous date your cam was working fine.Its just like a time machine.So try to back to the previous date and check out which date make the cam work.
Give it sometime to config and maybe it have to restart your computer.
Best of luck,takecare.
Try to unplug and plug again the camera cable. it's under keyboard.
You have to open the power cover and remove keyboard screw, you can see the wire that connect to mainboard.
If this way don't work, try to uninstall the camera application and installed again, if this is still don't work, Reload the OS.