Question about Computers & Internet
Assuming you're using Windows...
Plug in that webcam. Assuming it's a USB one...
Do a right-click on My Computer and choose Manage; On the new window, left pane, click on the Device Manager node, and in the right pane right at the top where it states your computer name, do a right-click and choose "Scan for hardware changes". Hopefully it will get detected.
If not, scroll down to the USB controllers branch, and do the same right-click > Scan for changes. Hopefully, it will be detected, and then follow on-screen instructions regarding drivers install and configuration.
Apart from that, a visit to Windows Update website should sort you out: look there for available updates, driver updates in particular.
Good luck. Don't forget to rate;) Gary
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