10-25-2008 04:53 PM - edited 10-25-2008 05:50 PM
To anyone that can help
I bought my laptop 2 days ago. Initially there were no problems with the webcam, but today when i turned laptop on, my "veriface program" could not detect the webcam. There was an error message saying "No camera found, or it is occupied." Since it was new i used onekey recover to redo the whole laptop but still it does not detect the webcam. i've tried to install the latest driver provided by lenovo support but that didn't work either. This has been sitting on my desk for 2 days so i'm positive there is no physical damage.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance
BTW My AC adapter jack for the laptop fits kind of loose, just wondering if anyone esle have the same problem. It still charges and everything but i could of sworn it fitted just a it more snugged when i first got it. Just wondering, no big deal.
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12-02-2008 07:38 PM
02-27-2009 05:05 AM
Thanks for the recommendations - I the Lenovo software installed and running, and since added YawCam, still can't get the Webcam to be recognized and available via AIM. I even uninstalled Veriface because heard it was taking ownership of the Webcam. Anyone, anything, would be greatly appreciated.