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I do have a17"inches laptap computer aspire9410z built in camera but not functioning properly. how can i used it. thank you

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Click here then select product type (laptop) select product (aspire 9410z) then select the driver for your laptop there is a bunch of them there you might have to try more then one.

if it installs correctly you should have it show up in my computer.

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