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You need to setup you MSN Messenger to control your camera. Download the latest version (MSN Messenger) first and install it. Sometimes older versions will not work with a cam. Also, download another messenger like Yahoo, and try that as well.
did you downgrade from vista
the cam will need to be setup with yahoo and msn
if your having problems installing the cam then try
some vista programs will not work with xp and the same with some xp programs will not work with vista
so let me know if cam is downloaded and you just need setup on msn and yahoo
do a cam / mic test in the audio/video settings in the tools tab in msn / yahoo. Then ya need to minimise the msn / yahoo screen and r. click on the cam icon in the taskbar and check that the mic and cam are enabled and that it is set to allow other programes to take control of this device.. hope this sorts it for ya xx
Philips Webcam SPC110NC doesnt work with Yahoo Messenger as advertised. Packaging says it works with MSN/Yahoo/AIM, but when troubleshooting Yahoo IM using AMCAP.EXE (as per the Yahoo webcam help site), it shows color space/compression used by this product is MJPG and this is the only option. Yahoo IM only supports RGB 24, I420, or IYUV.
It would appear to me either your "Drivers" are not installed correctly OR MSN/AIM aint finding the Input.. Try uninstalling & reinstalling all Drivers and software... after that maybe try a "Repair" of MSN... Are you using Vista? If so then it is imperitive that ya get a Vista driver... I have had great sucess with the "Look123" driver from M$ update site. Else Vista don't ... well won't play nice with others ...