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Help when i try to use my webcam on freinds.com ...i get told i have no conection or another application is useing it ..i have dial up connection and i,m useing a logitech quikcam s7500 thanks

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  • icecreamassa Jul 08, 2008

    thanks yes it is working on logitech and its plugged into the usb port but still nothing works

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First u check ur webcam working in logitech software

Posted on Jul 08, 2008

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    sreeradh p.r Jul 08, 2008

    install any messenger program and try it ,if u get same probelm u will chnage ur internet connection

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I've been told to enable a webcam online by pointing the browser at an IP? address. How do I do that? Do I go http://www.192.168 etc


In order to use a webcam, it's required to configure it in the applications with which you want to use it.

For example, if youi want to use the webcam with Yahoo messagener then you can configure it with messenger.

First, check if the webcam is compatible with Yahoo messenger. You can use the link given below to check the compatibility requirements.

http://help.yahoo.com/l/in/yahoo/messenger/messenger9/webcam/mstacamreq.html

You can also use Internet Explorer to test if your webcam works with Yahoo! Messenger? using the link given below. Open the link given below after connecting the webcam to the Computer and turning it ON:

http://help.yahoo.com/l/in/yahoo/messenger/messenger9/webcam/mstatestcamie.html

check out the link given below to start a webcam conversation:

http://help.yahoo.com/l/in/yahoo/messenger/messenger9/webcam/mstastartcam.html

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I got a compaq evo d510 refurbished and I have ATT extreem internet service and 2 wire router conected to comp with erthnet cable, It will not connect after installing att cd. It keeps trying to use dial...


Since you are using the Internet I must assume you are using the Dial up settings. I may expect that this AT&T service is DSL. In Internet Settings there is a tab marked "Connections" and the Dial Up settings are set to "Always Dial My Default Connection". Click on "Never Dial a Connection" and this problem should be solved. Next thing is to ensure that the DSL connection is connected properly since if this is not setup correctly you won't even get online until you reset the "Connections" tab to the original setting.

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Orbicam is in use by another application


Try using an application called SplitCam, which allows you to share the webcam across applications.

http://www.pcauthorities.com/software-reviews/splitcam-share-your-webcam

May 05, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Web camera trouble with skype


Check with the Task Manager to make sure there really is no porgram using the webcam, Logitech also has an application installed that is not visible. In some cases this background application is actually required, in others it can cause problems. Not sure if this is true for the Veo cam.

Jules

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Hp Webcam


If your Notebook is installed with Vista, there is no option to start the Webcam directly without using any application.
However, you can try using the HP Webcam drivers which are for XP with which you will get a Preview window to use the webcam without using any application like Messengers etc..:
Download the above mentioned driver from the link below :
ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp35001-35500/sp35414.exe

Save the file in the Notebook and double click once the file is saved to install the drivers.
However, if you are unable to access the webcam using Quickplay application, I recommend you to try reinstalling the application by following the instructions below if the Recovery Partition is available and you are able to use the Recovery Manager application :
Click on Start and then on Control Panel in the window that appears, click on Classic View in the left pane.
Now, among the icons that are displayed, double click on Programs and Features icon and among the list that is displayed, click on HP Quickplay and click on Uninstall button on the top.
Now, follow the instructions available in the link below to reinstall Quickplay using Recovery Manager :
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=us&docname=c00834921&dlc=en&lc=en&jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN

You can also try downloading Cyberlink YouCam application which is provided for all latest Notebooks to access Webcam from the link below :
ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp39001-39500/sp39372.exe

Save the file into the Notebook and double click the file to install the application.
You can find the required instructions to use Cyberlink YouCam application to access the webcam of your notebook from the link below :
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01414839&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN

Additionally, you can find the details about YouCam application from the link below :
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01415015&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN

Hope the information helps...

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HELP!!!!


Hi,

I think you need to install the drivers.

Here is the easy way to download and install drivers for all the devices that wre conected to the system.

You can download them easily using the software application called "Driver Magician" 

Here : http://www.drivermagician.com/DriverMagician.exe

Install and register with the following details,

"username"="Angels"

"serialnumber"="8974-9325-643"

You are ready to go download unlimited and all the drivers for all the devices you connect.

Good Luck.

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Dial up connection


Go to Control Panel
Internet Options
Connection Tab
Click Never Dial a Connection
Click OK

If you are using AOL, Juno or NetZero, then the dial configuration is in that software application

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Wirless conection on mac


means no connection to your computer. Mac helpsite and your adsl company can help you by phone to set this up

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Laptops


Go into your network settings and disable the ethernet and enable the wireless, you can also press Function F2 to enable wireless on a laptop. You may also try setting up wireless connection from the network settings if it still will not connect. Also you should be sure the network is not secured, and that your browser is told to never dial a connection.

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