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Webcam not detected

Last response: in Windows 7
June 29, 2012 7:40:38 AM

I recently upgraded a MICRO-STAR INT'L CO.,LTD. MS-1034 0341 from XP/SP3, to Windows 7 Ultimate SP1. The laptop has a Digital Camera integrated into it. While the system was XP, the webcam worked. I could open My Computer, and if the camera was turned on, it showed in the inventory of devices. Now, with the new and better Windows 7 ULTIMATE, I am ULTIMATELY frustrated, as the camera says it is connected, but it isn't in the "Computer" inventory, aqnd that is where you really turn the thing on. What am I doing wrong, or not doing. I have downloaded drivers out the ying-yang and get the same result each time.

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June 29, 2012 12:50:07 PM

Have you tried these drivers;

Acer Aspire 5315 drivers for Bison chipset based webcam

Date: 12/28/2007 12:00AM
Version: 7.32.701.12
File size: 10,414,248 bytes
File name:
OS's supported: Vista and XP x32/x64


USB 2.0 PC camera (Bison) driver for Windows Vista 64-bit - 3000 N200 (type 0687), V200

Are you running 64-bit Windows or 32-bit?
June 29, 2012 7:39:26 PM

[My apologes.It'a2 BIT system. And no, I haven't tried those two. I have done USB2.0_P_Camra_5.7.1202; USB0PCam_57200; T 79653, and two or three others. They all install and give the "Connected" indication in the notifiation area. But none of them detect the camera in "Computer". It can only "turn on" in Computer.