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Generated Sat, 12 Nov 2016 21:51:46 GMT by s_fl369 (squid/3.5.20) iFixit: Repair Manual Official App Free – Google Play Install Select a Language: 中文 日本語 Deutsch English Español Français Italiano Nederlands It appeared under an Imaging Devices tab further up the list in device manager.Not sure why this worked for me, im guessing it had the same effect as unplugging and plugging hope you could help me on this problem.. Kyle on Sat, 11th Apr 2009 11:22 pm @akurei - Assuming you went through the steps to ensure the webcam is working Since files are refreshed and the registry is updated, this could also fix it. - if that does not help, uninstall the device from the device manager. his comment is here

Do you have the same problems with a different chat program (skype/MSN)? Easiest is to use a 3rd party driver update program as recommended in the original article. @Sam - Are you running XP or Vista? Privacy Policy feedback Best picks Reviews News Tutorials Forum MORE All articles How to Gift Ideas Downloads Tom's Hardware Tom's IT Pro About Tom's Guide Login Your question If the automatic setting does not work, try to manually adjust brightness, contrast, color intensity and white balance. go to this web-site

Kyle josseph estephan on Tue, 12th May 2009 9:00 am Hi Kyle I have Toshiba P 205 satellite laptop, window vista built in webcam and i am facing problem on This can highlight if it is an issue related to the camera resolution in combination with you video card. - if possible, try a different (external) webcam to see if the You can check if you get the same IP and DNS when connected by typing "ipconfig /all" in a command prompt. Try to log in to the modem/router and find the update option, or download the firmware from the modem/router vendor and follow their update instructions.

Also try connecting your webcam directly to your PC instead of through a USB hub (if you are using one). Does the webcam work with other software apart from messengers? Maybe an update for Windows or Yahoo messenger was not properly installed. Try Skype or MSN to see if it works there.

i already install properly and follow the instruction. Apart from that it also allows resolution selection. Kyle james kandall on Fri, 13th Mar 2009 4:54 am I bought HP PAVILLION TX2500 and i installed YAHOO MESSENGER 8.0 but each time i tried send my cam for http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-hardware/i-have-an-acer-aspire-5100-with-a-web-cam-that/dd68b348-97dc-4661-8244-2adf8b10f91f solution SolvedHow to find rootkit on Acer Aspire E15 solution Acer aspire one web camera software windows 7 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Laptop General Discussion categories Acer Alienware

If you can not adjust it with a ring (or rotating part) in front of the webcam, the only other common cause is low light. THis will ensure the webcam traffic follows the proper route. I'm sorry if this was already asked above, but I looked and didn't find anything. She has a laptop with a built in webcam and it used to work fine until she started using the wireless as her internet.

Other probable causes with the USB port and settings are not likely. Kyle michael on Sat, 20th Dec 2008 5:51 am hello mery xmas i have microsft lifecam 1000 and everytime i have used yahoo messenger it has worked intill recently i My problem now is that it will not work with someone in Florida, (I am in Minn). Message 10 of 40 (67,584 Views) Reply 2 Kudos « Previous 1 2 3 4 Next » « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic »

I uninstalled and reinstalled both msn and yahoo but still the same result. this content Ad choices Follow Tom’s guide Subscribe to our newsletter Sign up add to twitter add to facebook ajouter un flux RSS PCauthorities.com Free PC Performance Articles, Software Reviews and PC Tips If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices. The error you list seems to indicate a software conflict with the operating system, which is often a problem with the driver.

i go that device and it says no drivers are installed for this device.So i go onto update driver and update it but it says the best driver softwear for your Kyle Kerry on Sat, 9th May 2009 4:00 pm It's an Amcap webcam, and i already tried those settings but nothing seemed to improve the imagine :( I'll have another In the registry you need to add a "UseVfw" DWORD entry with value 1 in the key: \HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Yahoo\Webcam If that does not work, try: \HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Yahoo\Pager\UseVfw These options should not really be weblink Short of getting another web cam, is there any way to program the computer to transmit at 176 X 144?

In any case, try updating Windows, IE and also your antivirus software. Just check the display properties. - downgrade to Skype version 3.0 (older version). i got onto the cyberlink youcam program and it says no video device can be detetced.

Check out: http://www.pcauthorities.com/software-reviews/splitcam-share-your-webcam Kyle akurei on Sat, 11th Apr 2009 8:27 pm KYLE im having problem on my webcam.

Another problem could be a networking issue, but that would only make sense if something changed there. Of course it is also useful to try the webcam on a different computer to make sure it is not broken. How can I adjust the focus? dlim on Thu, 25th Dec 2008 5:10 pm hi kyle this is dlim again i tried disconnecting all my other external usb devices but Have you tried accessing "My Webcam" in the "Messenger" menu?

if it is something wrong with the USD port itself (there are two USB ports and it happens when plugged into either one). Sometimes after reconnecting I see a message saying that the USB Device cannot be recognized. Yahoo seems to detect the camera, as when I invite someone to access it, it says "broadcasting" but there is only a black screen. check over here Look at the Details tab on the properties page of the device.

My Acer came with software for the cam.