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Im trying to find an installation disk/ driver for my webcam, mikomi mk92nw i would be real gratefull for your help, thanks ppl

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Steps to solve the webcam problems The very first step is of course to check your webcam connection. Most webcams use the USB port to connect to the PC, so check if your USB cable is properly plugged. For build-in webcams this steps does of course not apply. Many new laptops have a build-in webcam. Also try connecting your webcam directly to your PC instead of through a USB hub (if you are using one).
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