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Try and renstall the driver and software, Also if that does not work you just might have a issue with the actual hardware itself. But I would try and reinstall first to see if that plays catchup with your computer. 9 times out of 10 that is what the issue is. Thanks
hi... pls look for the version of your crystal eye webcam that fits to your camera.... then uninstall the one you already installed and reinstall it... make sure that you will use the right CD driver of your camera... thank you very much...
Go to Device Manager and open up Universal Serial Bus controllers and you should see USB Unknown Device. Right click on the USB Unknown Device and click on Uninstall. Shut down the Aspire One PC. Unplug the power adapter to the PC. Remove the battery at the back of the PC. Wait 1 minute.
Put back the battery. Plug the power adapter. Turn ON the Acer Aspire One pc. It should automatically detect the Acer Webcam and it will be listed in the Imaging Devices at the Device Manager. :) yay
I have found that if the webcam software has a program that automatically starts its own OEM program then you have to open that program and find the settings for turning it off or on. Two programs will not want to share a webcam.