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try to re-install again the driver of your web cam..and restart your loptap.
then log on to your MSN account again.locate the web cam icon underneath your display.
click the web cam icon.select send my webcam to your chat partner.
wait until your chat partner accept your invitation..
Please, try to update your msn and yahoo version: 1. check your messenger version (same procedure for each): click on help>in drop down menu click on "about ...">it shows the messenger version. 2. Go to official site of each your messengers and see if the version you've got is outdated. 3. If there is a latter version of messenger follow these steps: ---go to START button, click on Control Panel>Programs>Uninstall a Program>Windows Live Essentials and uninstall. Then go to the official site, download the latest version of Windows Live Essentials and install. ---For Yahoo Messenger follow the same procedure as above, but instead Windows Live Essentials choose Yahoo Messenger. Then go to official Yahoo download website, download the latest version of messenger and install it. 4. Restart your computer. It should work now. In case it does not work, follow the same procedure as above, but now choose your webcam and uninstall it. Then go to this link: http://download.cnet.com/Veo-Mobile-Advanced-Web-Camera/3000-18489_4-62939.html and download the driver, install it, restart the computer. It should work now.
be sure you plug-in in your webcam to the usb port of your computer and install the software and driver properly. when chating. if you are using a yahoo, camfrog, msn messenger. you just fing the option that can activate your webcam when you are chating. in yahoo messenger you can find their in the option and then view my webcam and now you can see your viewing your cam. be sure you log in first to yahoo messenger. if you want to taking picture with you're web cam just go to the my computer and find you camera D-link DSB-300 and just double click to open it your cam.
http://person.com/webcams.personals_search.phtml then go to webcam and click on it and setup your camera so it will operate on person.com. All web cam's have to be setup on a program so it will operate properly. Hope this helps. Bud
Im not sure but please try this you go to the control panel to test your webcam if it is working or not. Control panel-scanner and camera, click the installed camera in ur pc, run the wizard if the webcam is working and if u do not view ur self in your cam, therefore u must follow the first solution they advised to u. Godbless hope this solution will help to you to solve ur problem
Philips Webcam SPC110NC doesnt work with Yahoo Messenger as advertised. Packaging says it works with MSN/Yahoo/AIM, but when troubleshooting Yahoo IM using AMCAP.EXE (as per the Yahoo webcam help site), it shows color space/compression used by this product is MJPG and this is the only option. Yahoo IM only supports RGB 24, I420, or IYUV.
check the Audio tuning wizard of the program used with the web cam. make sure the right speakers and microphone are selected.
I have heard of a bug in MSN Messenger 7.5 that doesn't allow proper setup of sound.
If that's your current setup, you can simply use the Windows Messenger Audio Tuning Wizard to setup your sound properties. Either go through the start menu or go start->run->'msmsgs'
after completing the audio tuning wizard, close Windows Messenger. The settings should be adopted into MSN Messenger.