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I dont know the make and model of your webcam is but here is something you may want to try to get it to work. First look at it closely for a tag giving you the make and model, then go to the manufactures web site. Unplug your webcam from your computer first and download the latest drivers for it. They usually are free and supported by the company that made your web cam. Once you have your drivers installed plug in the web cam back in to your computer. A window should pop up saying that its installing a new device or drivers. Once this is completed it may want you to set up you web cam probably voice and image. After that you should be able to use your web cam when ever you want too.
I hope this helps you out.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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