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GREEN DEATH - Every thing you see is dark green...

I don't know for what reason the pictures taken from my camera have green effect... Believe me it makes u look like Hulk... Even when I use it as a webcam its same the output on screen is all green image... Sometimes it becomes normal sharp pictures but last only for a second... I had the same problem in my earlier PC CAM 350 which I had to throw away for same poblem and now this one is giving me same problem again... any solutions please help... jammy796 at yahoo dot com

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