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D-Link DSC - 350 Webcam

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Right, I have a webcam [ D-Link DSC - 350 Webcam ] and for some reason, it no longer works.
When I install, it says to choose my OS, but as the options are "98/ME" or "windows 2000" I have to choose windows 2000.
Its worked in the past, but recently, when trying to make my cam work, it keeps coming up with
" We couldn't find a webcam. Make sure that your webcam is plugged in. If you don't have a webcam, go here to buy one."
It definatly plugged in correctly, and has a red light on. I haven't changed any settings or anything?
Can someone explain whats going on? I've also tried d/l a new driver, but that also didn't work :tazz:

Please e-mail me @ it is better not to post your email in the open. ~~ Removed ~~ Metallica ~~ if you know what I can do, thanks

Edited by Metallica, 29 July 2005 - 12:27 PM.

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" Go here to buy one, " rings alarm bells

Please go here:


Run all the programmes as advised then post a current Hijack This Log to the Malware Team
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