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Not work my webcam on my asus n53jq-xr1. the

Not work my webcam on my asus n53jq-xr1. the drivers is installed but no open the program for the webcam.

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Shutdown the computer and disconnect webcam. Restart computer then after full boot, attach webcam and test to see if webcam works. If this does not solve the problem restart the computer with webcam attached. If this does not solve the problem then the webcam may be broken. If this is an internal webcam I recommend contacting the manufacturer.

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