Question about Computers & Internet
~Right click on the My Computer icon and click Properties on the list.
~On the properties tab click on Hardware.
~Under hardware click device manager.
~In device manager, look for on the list Imaging Devices and click on that. And double click on USB Video Device or it may be named something else.
~On that new page make sure on the bottom it is set to enabled. if not enable it and click apply...
~Close all of those pages and Open My computer...
~ON the bottom you should see a Camera/ Webcam Icon... and click on it, and you should be all set.
~If not Try using the webcam program if your computer cam with one.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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