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The HP Pavilion DV6000 is a laptop from HP's entertainment series; this series is optimized for media and gaming. Unlike some of the newer models, it doesn't feature a built-in webcam. Webcams are an asset to online communication, allowing you to stream a live recording of yourself. Installing an external webcam to use with this laptop model is quick and easy.
1.Plug the webcam into a free USB port on your laptop.
2.Wait for any missing drivers to load; a notification will appear in your system tray when the process is finished. If drivers do not load automatically, see Resources for a download link.
3.Wait for the webcam software to install itself. Alternatively, if your webcam came with a CD, insert it and install the software from there.
4.Open the webcam software to turn on your webcam. Once the software loads, you will be able to see your webcam image.
Hi This laptop was not designed to be supported by Windows 7. After Looking on the internet for a suitable driver, there appears not to be one that will work with Windows 7 and the Vista driver will not function under the Win 7 OS. I think that you may have to consider getting an external webcam for this laptop :-(
go to quick play in all programs and use the opition with the camera and movie etc picture on it and in there on the left hand side is hp webcam for capture, if you use msn messenger go to webcam setup in tools menu. it wont go by itself but other apps use it. hope it helps you