Try updating drivers for web cam, or updating chat application that you are using. Does your web cam work in other applications ? If it does then it is more than likely a problem with your chat application and the best you can do is reinstall or upgrade the chat appli.
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Camfrog was created in 2003 and is a video chatting client that allows one on one chatting or group video conferencing. It can be used to communicate with users worldwide. Camfrog users may encounter issues that need to be troubleshooted . They can find additional tips on Camfrog's website by reading the FAQ's and user guide.
Troubleshoot login issues that aren't password-related by uninstalling Camfrog,and removing Camfrog from your firewall's list of allowed applications. Reinstall Camfrog and add it again as an allowed application for your firewall. Troubleshoot room connection issues by opening your anti-virus program, looking at the list of blocked IP addresses and removing the IP from the blocked list. This should solve problems with not being able to connect to certain chat rooms. Troubleshoot webcam issues if your camera is not being recognized. Check for other webcam applications using the webcam. Change your desktop properties from 16 but to 32 bit by going to "Desktop", clicking "Properties", then "Settings". Change them to 32 bit. Open the software that came with the webcam and set the RGB settings to the highest level. Look at your contact list and click "Settings". Verify that your video source is selected. Turn up the virtual memory on your computer by using the Control Panel, selecting "Performance and Maintenance", selecting "System", "Advanced", then "Virtual Memory." Set it to the maximum . Troubleshoot any incorrect displaying of video by going to "Actions" under the main menu. Choose "Settings" and click "Video", then choose to flip the video around if it is backwards. Slow or choppy video quality may be due to connection type as dial-up Internet can cause these issues. Troubleshoot forgotten passwords by clicking "Forgot Password" at login. You cannot retrieve stolen passwords and nicknames. You will need to register a new one.
these are the two links that will give you webcam drivers.
I suspect the webcam toolbar program is not gone, just not obvious as to where it is.
Go to Start > All Programs and scan down the list for a folder relating to your webcam. In it will be something similar to Webcam Console or Webcam manager. It may be in a Gateway folder. Once found, Click on the program and you should have your toolbar back.
If you want a short-cut for it on your desktop, when you find it in All Programs, right click on it and choose Send To and choose Desktop.