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EasyCapture quit working. When I click to open window says: "Camera initialization failed. EasyCapture closed." "OK" I have no other options. When I click OK, it closes till I click to open again. Then the same thing.

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  • Anonymous Aug 21, 2008

    lenovo easycapture closed,camera initialization failed


  • munnia Jan 31, 2009

    i tried the FN + escape . tho an icon shows up in the side of the screen, the easy capture still gives the same error message.. am i missing a step anywhere?

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PROBLEM----The camera just stopped working, when you try to start Lenovo Easy capture you get the message "Camera initialization failed. Lenovo Easycapture closed."

SOLUTION--Press the Fn+Esc to re-enable the camera(thats hold function and press the Escape).

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