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Try to rotate the web camera lens adjustment knob. It controls the images quality of the camera. It is located in the front face of the cam. But if nothing happens right then take your camera back from the store you bought it.
The problem is your hardware acceleration. You can fix it one of two ways:
1) Right-click your desktop. Select Properties. Click Advanced. Click Troubleshoot. Move hardware acceleration pointer one notch to left. click OK. click OK. You may have to experiment a little; sometimes it takes more than one notch left to fix it.
2) You can also disable the Direct3D Acceleration. Click Start>Run. Enter "dxdiag" and click OK. Don't bother with the signing, and when the diagnostic finishes, click the Display tab. Click the button to disable the Direct3D acceleration. Exit when finished.
The second method is probably more severe, in terms of performance, but either way will fix the striping.
1 - click "start" and choose the option to "run"; 2 - type "dxdiag" and confirm in OK; 3 - a screen will appear with "DirectX Diagnostic Tool"; 4 - chooses the "display" tab; 5 - disable the options "DirectDraw Acceleration" and "Direct3D Acceleration"