built-in webcam not found in the Device Manager, Samsung r710 laptop, windows 7
I have a laptop Samsung R710, who settled with Windows 7. The laptop came with a built-in webcam. I was not able to get a piece of software to recognize the camera. I did a system restore. Updated the drivers. Visited the Samsung website for updates. When I opened the Device Manager to see the drivers for the webcam, webcam not found in Device Manager.
Any help to fix this would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you, I must admit to thinking in the same direction you... buy a separate camera or wait until he is more under warranty and have a quick look at the wiring around the hinge.
Hi, back for a while that I had to have it replaced my computer screen. After that it has been replaced, my webcam not working not. He said that there is no webcam. Before that the screen had to be replaced, it works beautifully. What could be the problem and how to fix this? Thank you for your help.
Please answer a few questions to refine the question.
1. What is the brand and model of the computer?
2. When you say "screen is replaced", hear you screen has replaced for a new one? What was the exact problem with the monitor?
3. what happens when you try to access with the Webcam software that came with the computer?
This problem normally occurs when there is no problem with the driver for the Webcam device software.
I suggest you follow the steps below to see if that helps.
Step 1: Find material webcamTake a quick moment to visually inspect the top of the screen of your computer. Look closely, you should see a small lens at the top in the Center, if your computer is equipped with a webcam. Some models do not come with a webcam and the area where the webcam would normally be resident is replaced by a small plastic cap.
Often, there are small holes near the top center of your screen. These holes are for the microphone or other sensors and do not contain any webcam.
- If your computer lacks a built-in webcam, you must use an external USB webcam.
- If your computer is equipped with a built-in webcam and you can't use it, go to step 2
Step 2: Find and use the Webcam software that came with your computer
Try to access the webcam that is preinstalled on your computer.If you can't find and open the webcam for your computer software, then go to the next step.If you have found the software of the webcam and it opens and you see a picture, then finished. Your webcam works.If you found webcam software and it opens, but you can't see the video in the main display window, restart the computer and try again.If the problem persists, use the troubleshooting section "video does not appear in the webcam software.Method 2:
If you are able to find the Webcam on your screen and you cannot view the video using the software installed, you may need to update the Webcam drivers for more later.Read the sections "If you have problems with your webcam' in the article and check the results.»
- Help app and webcams camera
Hope this information helps. Response with status so that we can help you.
When I try to add the new controller in the WCS (ver. 184.108.40.206), I get this error:
"Cannot add the device at a rate of WCS: object was not found in the device.
The controller was added earlier and then deleted again. When I try to add the controller again, I get the above error. It's a WLC2106 I'm trying
Both the WCS and the new controller works fine, and I tried to start both.
Still not the same error when you try to add.
Anyone know what it could be?
Yes I do, or restore your controller for 4.1.185 if this version works for you...
How can I instill the microphone into my computer toshiba satellite, I have windows 7 32 bit, the microphone was not found in the device maneger?
Go to the Toshiba support site and search page of your PC/computer laptop.
Download and then install the last set of specific drivers for W7.
See you soon,.
Webcam worked for months but is not, nor in the Device Manager. When using Skype it says buy a webcam!
I suggest you to follow the steps from the link provided below and check if it helps:
HP Notebook PC - test Webcam Vista with QuickPlay
Hope this helps,
Original title: My dvd/cd drive is not visible in the Device Manager but
This works because I have jst begin with him. I can hear the disc running, but nothing ever comes and when I go to computer its not visible there either.
See the methods listed in the article mentioned below.
My drive does not appear in Windows Explorer
Important: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 322756 how to back up and restore the registry in Windows.
See this link to view the hidden devices:
I hope this helps!
tried to install camara, but when it says click on your product, but the camara is not on the list, only scan appears on the list, but I don't have a scanner. tried to uninstall, but does not appear on the Device Manager. try to download programs, and they do not arise in Start menu, just uninstall it list? Thank you
I suggest to uninstall unwanted software from your computer and then try to install the camera. Visit the link below to find the steps on how to uninstall programs "programs and features".
After you have installed the camera, please check in the folder C:/Program files if it shows there.
It may be useful
I have a vastro 460 with i3 with intel and Windows 7 32 bit. try to install the driver for the network card, but does not. Ping works but do not show in the Device Manager.
Any help will be much appreciated
You will need to install the Chipset Drivers first and later network adapter drivers. The IP address that you have ping is the local host and works, even when there is no network card detected.
Please download and install the NIC in the network section and the section Chipset Chipset drivers from the following link, by drilling in the serial number:
Please let me know if you need more assistance.
I have a Toshiba satellite A305 S6916
Windows Vista SP2
I've never used my webcam... then I went to use and found the Camera Assistant Software and when you click on it... He says that the webcam is disabled (well enough) or not found... so... I went to the Device Manager to see if she was there... There is no imaging device listed... no webcam at all... everything I tried failed and nothing seems to answer my problem... Help, please... No Chicony or whatever it is listed
Check in (Setup/BIOS/CMOS) settings as you start - usually F2 then attention screen - see if it
is a switch off your camera.
Go here and download the latest drivers for the camera for your model and version of Windows.
Check with Toshiba support, their drivers online (update or reinstall) and their forums.
Toshiba - drivers - access your model
Toshiba - Support
http://www.CSD.Toshiba.com/cgi-bin/TAIS/support/JSP/home.jsp Toshiba - Forums
These are the usual methods to install the drivers for the device.
Control Panel - Device Manager - Imaging - write down of the brand and the model of camera - double
Click on it and on the tab of the driver is version. Now, click drivers update (which cannot
nothing that MS is far behind the certification of drivers). CLICK RIGHT on the camera.
UNINSTALL - REBOOT - it will refresh the driver stack.
Now, go to the system manufacturer's website and download the latest driver of the camera and other partners
the camera software (if not more recent get the same).
Just you'd go to Toshiba Support and get the driver for your model laptop.
Good time to get some other updates here.
Download - SAVE - go to them and RIGHT CLICK - RUN AS ADMIN - reboot after each
Look at the sites of the manufacturer for drivers - and the manufacturer of the device manually.
How to install a device driver in Vista Device Manager
If you update the drivers manually, then it's a good idea to disable driver facilities in
Windows updates, that leaves about Windows updates but it won't install drivers
who will be generally older and cause problems. If updates offers a new driver can
HIDE (right click on it) and then go get new ones manually if you wish.
How to disable automatic driver Installation in Windows Vista - drivers
http://TechNet.Microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc730606 (WS.10) .aspx
I hope this helps.
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HI, I lost my cd/dvd drive. It was there before, and when I had a successful previous problem to solve this but not this time. I did the upper and lower bit of regedit but without success. When I picked up this last time I learned to do something with the power reset but can't remember how now.
I can't even get off the ground with the help of microsoft as cd/dvd players do not appear on my device manager.
I use a portable Pavilion of HP9000 with a play version of Vista that is updated.
Everything else works fine but just not drive.
I would like you to follow the steps below and check them off if they help.
I suggest to Uninstall third-party software for CD burning temporarily and check if the CD is recognized.
I would say that you go to Device Manager,
a. click on 'View' and 'show hidden devices ',.
b. once the device is found, click top and "search the hardware changes.
I've updated de.141.151 and just after the update has been made, whenever I try to connect my BB via USB, I get the message says:
"Unrecognized USB device".
The USB devices for computer mark attaached has malufunctioned and windows does not recognize it. "
I tried cutting things:
-Restart of BB
-Restart the PC
-Repair the current installation of Desktop Manager
-Restore an older version of the Desktop Manager version
PS: it is not unknown devices in the 'Device Manager' of the pc so there is nothing to uninstall and reinstall
All are taken out with no results,
Found the solution, remove the battery after the closure of the DM, connect the usb cable and then replace the battery, the pc will read it.
A few months ago, I purchased a dv6 3240us and not downgraded to XP Pro win7 no problem, everything has been installed - everything I tried worked fine without any problem at all. I do not use this computer on the Internet - but I got the opportunity to connect the NETWORK card to a piece of equipment, I was working on that. When I went to change the IP address of the laptop - no local NIC (supposed to be Realtek) present in the Device Manager. I installed the driver when I went down to XP without error. I can only see the wireless adapter and it also shows on the system tray. When I right click on network adapters in Manager devices and do a scan for the hardware - the Realtek card is? and now everything works fine until I stop, then I have to go the process again. I watched the Realtek driver and he says its all working properly - any suggestions?
I'm not familiar with the BIOS settings too consumer laptop, but see if there is a setting for a LAN Power Save Mode - maybe in the configuration menu of the device.
On HP Business laptops, there is such a context, and the default value is enabled. What is this setting is to remove the wired NETWORK card at least that the PC is plugged in and connected to a LAN cable. This saves battery power.
They also have a LAN/WLAN definition switch that disables the NETWORK adapter when the other is in use. For example, if I plug a wire to my Wired NETWORK card, my wireless NETWORK card is automatically disabled.
If you have such a LAN Power Save setting, turn it off, and your NETWORK card must always be visible in Device Manager.
Hi, I'm french, sorry for my English.
I can't use my webcam. not cam in Device Manager.
I have download the latest drivers and it installed.
I looked in the bios, cam is on, I am trying to turn off / restart / turn on. Updated BIOS updated.
facial recognition work to, say "use by another program or not found" something like that.
Can you help me?
It s not recognized in Device Manager?
You have a few unknown devices in Device Manager?
The webcam should be included under point: imaging devices
You should see peripheral USB video.
You see that?
8.1 Windows 64-bit, the built-in webcam does not appear in Device Manager. Any software that uses webcams does not detect the webcam. He worked until recently. Drivers & downloads in support Dell offers no help because no driver for the webcam. It seems to be a bit stupid because he recommended me to install some things already installed. Or even a few years nVidia graphics card controllers! 'My Dell' application does not offer the posibility to test the webcam, just the microphone. Therefore, none of the solutions I've read here are of no help.
Recently install you / reinstall the operating system? If so, have you installed the Dell System Software (if applicable) and the first chipset drivers? If this is not the case, the rest of the drivers will not install. How to download and install drivers in the correct order
Windows 7/8 is supposed to provide the drivers of webcam for most Dell computers. If you system needs webcam drivers, go in driver downloads & enter your service tag, and then select your operating system. If your system is in need of drivers for the webcam, they will appear under entry.
(Windows 8) How to make the webcam work with the help of this youtube. You must open the firstcamera app, and then click settings in the charm bar to see where you can give the app permission to use the webcam.
Try to read...
You can try this file, also known as the Dell Webcam Central.
Create a new unrestricted user account and try the webcam. The webcam worked?
If Yes, sign out and sign back in to your account and try the webcam. The webcam worked?
If not, then the webcam is detached from the motherboard, usually close to the webcam
I reinstalled my Satellite L855/L855D (installed windows 7 instead of win 8). And there's a problem: many features is not found, like ethernet / wireless. Also found Radeon HD 7670 M video card. I can't install the drivers, the apears to errors that my hardware is not appropriate with the software (e.g., chipset). On the toshiba Web site, I typed the serial number of my satellite, but my computer is not found. What wrong with this laptop?
Same problem here: [http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/386506-33-devices-detected-device-manager-format-win7]
What should I do? I tried many drivers but no one works. Please, give me advice. Thank you.
Toshiba Satellite L855 - 14G (Toshiba EUROPE GMBH)
Part. N ° PSKFWE-00H00FG3
Intel(r) 3210 M i5
AMD Radeon HD M 7670
4 GB RAM DDR3
Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
I ve checked the download from Toshiba on http://www.toshiba.eu/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp page and all the Win7 64-bit drivers are available.
Have you tried to install all the drivers, tools and utilities from there?
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