How do i get aspire 4339 computer that i restored to factory default ace crystal eye webcam window 7
What i did i restored aspire 4339 computer to factory default. Every time i install application model 4339 it does not recognize the acer crystal eye webcam and it keeps sayin camera not found but it has a built in crystal eye webcam. ive tried to disable and enable the 2 usb root hub reboot also scan for new change. the device manager does not have a image driver 1.3m video webcam. so how do i get the built in acre crystal eye webcam to get recognize by the aspire 43389 computer? thank you
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Check the box or the manual belonging to your webcam. My $ 100 Logitec QuickCam Sphere, worked fine when I first installed Windows 7. (on the box it says compatible with Windows Vista)
After a lot of updates I noticed the cam was not working anymore. I tried to reinstall the software, but nor correct driver was around on the net. I still can view the cam, but no zooming, no moving remote. It works worse than a cam you get for free with two pounds of coffee.
So I'm afraid you won't find any driver.
It is not your computer that needs drivers, it is the hardware you need to connect to the operating system that needs a driver. From Windows 7 and up, Microsoft only allows drivers, if the manufacturer asked for certification and the hardware and driver and they work conform Microsofts demands. If the hardware and driver is certified the driver is also on the Microsoft website. Most of the time if you use new hardware the operating system goes to Microsoft to see if there is a correct driver and then installs the driver.
For older hardware, only few manufactures make drivers and ask certification. Most only develop drivers for their new hardware. So for older hardware there are only a few drivers. If Microsoft can't deliver drivers, or the manufacturer from the hardware can't, you are lost. The devices won't work with the new operating system. Nobody told you that before upgrading.
I would go to the Acer website, under support, and type in your model number to get the driver..it might be for windows vista, or windows xp, but if it dont work..it will ask you if you want to use the recommended settings to install the driver, just click yes..and see if that works..worked for me, when I re-installed windows 7 instead of Vista..just select 64 bit version of vista in the drop down box..
You can reinstall the sound drivers from the Acer recovery management, to do so: Start Menu> All Programs> Acer erecovery management> Restore> Restore Application & Drivers> Contents> Select Acer Crystal Eye Web Cam and install it
Got to http://gd.panam.acer.com/home/ Select the computer model Select Operating System installed on your computer Click Drivers Select WebCam (Acer Crystal Eye) and download it. Once downloaded, install it on your computer.
When you get there, select "Notebook"...then select "Aspire". Then scroll down and select Aspire 5755 Then where you see "Operating System", select your operating system (ex: XP, Vista, or Windows 7). It will then show all the drivers for your operating system...scroll down until you see the camera driver software and then download and reinstall it. Hopefully this will help...good luck.