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Try using the software for the webcam your laptop came with. It is usually optimized for the built-in webcam.
Although if the bad picture you are getting is indeed the cause of a bad camera and not just missing drivers/software, then you should consider upgrading to an aftermarket webcam. If quality is what you are after then go for a nice 5MP one. But if price is your concern then consider a 3MP camera.
If you could have mentioned the model of your laptop, and the resolution of your camera, i could have helped you out more, but with the limited amount of information i have from you, this is as far as i can go to help you out.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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