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How do I fix my webcam?!?!


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jessigal_ilyxx

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I have a pioneer dreambook IL4. I was on my msn when I notice there was no webcam icon next to my dp anymore. I went and clicked on the camera program to launch it and check that it was working but came up with an error message: setup program fail,check the camera. So i was trying to fix the settings in program files, and clicked on something I thought said reinstall but it was uninstall. So after hours of looking on the internet I found the pioneer support site and redownloaded and installed the software again, but I had the same problem as before....when I try to launch the camera program it says:
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setup program fail,check the camera

This is a built in camera and I have no idea what to do.. Does anyone have any ideal what the [bleep] I should do?? Cause I really need the camera to work for school and stuff.

Thanks so much,
Jess
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did you recently install or update any software on your computer?
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The last thing I did before my webcam stopped working was updating the windows live programs. I signed in to msn as usual then, and then the webcam didnt work anymore. Thats when I started trying to fix it in my program files.
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