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Web cam will not install

I have sonix intergratd webcam intalled but cannot install driver or start up after installing drivers

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  • Anonymous Aug 07, 2008

    i hv d sonix webcam.. bt dnt hv d cd... anybody plss tell me how to install n from where.//

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    Arcadian Duran May 11, 2010

    sounds like a registry problem



    try getting a registry cleaner, and run it.



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Dear Sir/Madam,

Sonix Webcam detector task. Webcam program installed by the drivers for Sonix-made webcams. This program enables the System Tray webcam icon installed by your webcam drivers to recognize whether your webcam is plugged in or not. At the time of writing, 21-Jun-2007, our tests show that this program has no other purpose. Note : Sonix is an OEM manufacturer. That is, it manufactures webcams for other companies to re-sell under their own brand names and logos. As a result you will find this program installed by the drivers CD for a variety of makes of webcams, such as Argos' own brand, Mikomi, in the UK, LG, MSI, Olidata, etc...


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