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My built in camera is not working , there was no problem.... the built in camera folder is not getting displayed on my computer what to do

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It sounds like something happened to the driver software.

The easiest fix, is if it "just" happened... like just today or yesterday, and you know it was working fine, is to do a system restore. I don't know what operating system you have, but type system restore in the search box near the start button. Open system restore, and restore your computer to yesterday (or whenever it worked)

If it's been longer than a day or two, you need to go look for the driver. I don't what OS you have, what type of computer, or what type of camera you have...all this would have been helpful for me to help you...but I can tell you that your computer manufacturer has a place on their website to download drivers. You just have to go there. Go to their site...look for a link at the top or side that says "downloads" or "download drivers" or somehting like that. You will have to enter your complete model number of your computer (on the back or the bottom) and the correct operating sytem...this shoudl take you to a page with links to drivers for all your hardware on your machine. Look for the camera driver link, download, and install it. Depending on your operating system, when you go to install, you should right click, and select "run as administrator" to install it...Applies to Vista or 7.

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