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Ge cam my cam doesn't want to display the images on the computer. it just goes a blank green screen. i tried adjusting the colors, it still wont change. what's wrong with it?

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Get a program called AMCAP, try that also ensure ya got the correct drivers. The probable reason ya see the Green Screen is because there is NO video input.. ya may have to select your camera?

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