Ever since I bought it, I haven't been able to use the built in camera. I would click on CAMERA and it only showed anything once briefly.. colors were inverted and then seconds later "Crashed" I guess you could say and said "Cannot connect to camera" I uninstalled the program from my start menu and the driver. Then I went to Asus website and downloaded the driver for it. Still isn't working and I can't even open the Camera app anymore. Can someone tell me how to get that app back and get my camera to work?
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YOU DROPPED IT, THAT EITHER BROKE THE MONITOR OR THE CONECTION TO THE MONITOR BUT YOU SAY THAT WHEN YOU HOOK UP TO A MONITOR IT WORKS OK.YOU CAN FIX THE PROBLEM YOU GO TO E-BAY AND TYPE THE NAME AND MODLE NUMBER ONCE YOU ARE IN E-BAY LOOK FOR THE ASUS Q200E AND YOU ARE LOOKING TO BUY ONE FOR PARTS WITH A GOOD SCREEN...[REMINDER IT WOULD HELP IF YOU GET A PAY-PAL ACCOUNT.AND MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A MINI SET OF PHILIP SCREW DRIVER AND A MAGNET TO KEEP SCREW TOGETHER.
AND PAY CLOSE ATTENTION WHEN DOING THE REPAIR
PLUS YOU'LL HAVE EXTRA PARTS.
I found a possible solution for you on the asus notebook forum page:
Run the camera
through the Windows Explorer.
Your camera built-in will appear upside down, right?
Inside the folder with the drivers provided by ASUS there's
software called tsnp2std.exe.
With your camera opened, run this application; you will
notice a small icon in tray area; right click on it and now choose the option:
Open Property Page.
There should be a way to invert or flip the camera display on the Property Page. I hope this helps. If not, you may need to download the latest driver from asus for your built in camera. Best of luck, Jon
i just bought one two days ago, I removed the screws but cant get the bottom cover off without prying it or don't want to gudge the cover im asking how also
I was told the ram is soldered in and you have to unsolder it also seeing how easy it is to replace the i3 with an i7 and I want to use an ssd drive 5400 rpm hard drive built in 2012 is stupid these days should be at least 7200rpm
For the inverted view of your webcam, try to follow these steps:
1. Run the camera through the Windows Explorer. 2. Your camera built-in will apear upside down, right? Inside the folder with the drivers provided by ASUS there´s a software called tsnp2std.exe. 3. With
your camera opened, run this application; you will notice a small icon
in tray area; right click on it and now choose the option: Open Property
Well, now you will have the option to setup and adjust the settings.
Find from the list of computer programs windows media 7 player or related. Clicking to display the program should porvide a smaller window area that shows the built in camera in action. Once the program is displayed, the camera is automatically enabled.