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Please use manufacturers driver CD to reinstall webcam driver.

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No webcam detected laptop


Try re-installing the webcam driver from here: http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/uk/en/ukdhs1/Produc...
(Click the "Drivers & Downloads" tab).

If that doesn't fix it, and there are no driver errors showing in Device Manager (ie no question marks or exclamation marks) then it's very likely that the internal webcam has broken and Windows can no longer detect it.

You can buy an external webcam to overcome that problem.

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If it's an external Webcam,please look for Universal Serial Bus controllers in the device manager,are there any device with '?' sign?
and if it's internal please look for a key on the keyboard which has webcam picture on it,usually F1-F12,and then press that key with Fn(function) key at the same time while the computer is on,and try to use the webcam

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The cyberlink you cam is not able to detect the internal camera, how do I fix it?


the model you have listed is not supposed to have a builtin webcam, take the bezel off your screen and check if there is a camera there. If you do have a camera there then you will need to download drivers for it, these are available from the HP website

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May need to download the driver for it if it's internal it should be on the original disc you got with computer

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type of computer most any compiuter u may access the start menu divices and printers and make sure u can find your cam there if not try reinstalling it

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Sometimes the driver that comes with windows is better than the one from the manufacturer's cd. I would try both and whichever one functions better is the one to use.Good luck to you.

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Internal camera not working


Depends on what error you are getting exactly. Here are some steps to solve webcam problems: http://www.pcauthorities.com/pc-errors/how-to-fix-webcam-problems

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Mionet unable to detect Lifecam 7000


A camera icon will show up at the bottom of your My Resources in MioNet. If the camera does not appear, then a manual scan is required. To scan for a new camera, go to the MioNet application, select File, then click "Scan for Cameras and new Devices…" MioNet will report any changes in the computer configuration.

If the camera isn't detected and an icon is not available, then there may be two devices interfering with a scan:

1. Built-in webcam: MioNet does not support built-in webcams. This device should be disabled in Windows Device Manager, the computer rebooted, and a new "Scan for Cameras and new Devices…" performed with the USB webcam. Once the USB webcam is detected by MioNet, the onboard webcam can be re-enabled and the computer rebooted.

2. TV tuner card: MioNet also does not support TV tuner cards. This device should be disabled in Windows Device Manager, the computer rebooted, and a new "Scan for Cameras and new Devices…" performed with the USB webcam. Once the USB webcam is detected by MioNet, the TV tuner card can be re-enabled and the computer rebooted.

3. If the camera is being used by another program, MioNet will not be able to detect it. Please confirm no other program, including the camera view in Windows control panel, is not using the camera.

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hihi dear i have zenith webcam my computer is not detecting it

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My webcam does not detect in my computer anymore.


try to plugg it into a different USB port, if that dont work then go back to the place where u bought it, tell em u got it for christmas so thats why u dont have a receipt and u ll get a new webcam cuz that one u have is internally damaged.

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