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You need a propper software to use the camera like Skype or you can visit just to try the camera (you will need a moder web browser and flash plugin) any new has it

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How do i move my built in camera?

Just on the off-chance you are not a troll, and genuinely cannot see that a camera that is built into the display device doesn't actually move on it's own, the straight answer is: you can't move your built-in camera because it's built-in! To change it's position, you would have to move the entire display unit.

If you want to have a webcam that is capable of changing to any position, you will need to purchase an external webcam. Your local Electronics/Computers shop can help you with that.

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Inside your computer, any dust acts as an "insulator", preventing the heat "radiator" inside your laptop from dissipating the built-up heat. So, remove the dust:

Turn the computer off.

Disconnect the AC power.

Remove the battery.

Purchase a can of compressed air.

Hold the can upright, and blow compressed-air into every hole and slot in your laptop.

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Most of the time it's power supply failure.

1.A lot of computer owners fail to clean the inside of their computer, plus the power supply out, on a regular basis. I find this occurrence at my shop quite a lot.
Unplugging the computer from power, observing anti-static guidelines, and using a can of compressed air for computers would have prevented this.

Power supply's have a fan for cooling, as well as heatsink's inside. When these components collect dirt, dust, hair, and other foreign objects, the cooling capacity drops tremendously.
Heat = Wasted Energy
The power supply struggles to keep up with the demand of power needed, and eventually components inside it fail.

2.Most power supply's installed in a pre-built computer, are of a low grade of quality. (MOST. Generally pre-built computers manufactured in the last two years, have upgraded the quality of their power supply's, but not all of them)

Saves the computer manufacturer money. These power supply's have low quality components. Gauge of wire used is smaller than it should be, Electrolytic Capacitors are of an inferior grade, transformers are cheaply made, and the rectifier bridge is cheaply constructed, are a few examples.

3.Computers that are built by the owner, and are not pre-built, may have a cheap, or underrated power supply installed. You really have to check out reviews for power supply's on the internet, to see what quality it has. However there are some websites, that 'pump up' the review to stay in good standing with the power supply manufacturer. Generally, if the power supply price is cheap, so is the quality.

There are two other things to look at.
It may be the Power On switch that is behind the Power On button. These can go out.

It could be the motherboard. Most of the time it is Electrolytic Capacitors that are the 'weakest link'. Specifically the one's that surround the processor. These 'Caps' are Voltage Regulators for the processor. If even One is bad, the processor will not work.
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How to know if there are bad Electrolytic Capacitors on the motherboard?
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Hi whata

Plug the external hard disk into another computer's USB 2.0 port. If the problem follows the device, then there is a failure either of the external hard disk enclosure or of the hard disk (inside the enclosure).

If yours is one that you built yourself, you can remove the hard drive from inside the enclosure and plug it directly into a desktop computer (or another external hard disk enclosure) to see if the problem follows. (If you need help w/ this, just let us know.)

If yours is a pre-built external hard disk (you bought it w/ the hard drive already built-in) then you'll (if you're inclined to do so) need to open the enclosure to get at the hard disk inside. This can be difficult. You may, depending upon the enclosure, need to damage the enclosure to get it opened up.

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