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Red light will not go Green

The light stays green when I plug in the camrea,it just keeps blinking red and never goes green.And yes I did reset it with paper clip :)
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CHOOSE THE WEBCAM CD DRIVER THROUGH THE BROWSE AND INSTALL IT.
THEN REBOOT UR COMPUTER AND ADD THE WEB CAM.....
 

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