09-16-2010 07:18 AM
Win 7 Pro 64 bit
Device manager show it as an unknown device with message:
"Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)"
For a while rebooting made it work, now nothing seems to!
Yes have tried reinstalling drivers and it just doesn't seem to identify the device!
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09-16-2010 08:55 AM
Have you tried running System Toolbox test on the camera? does it report anything unusual?
Also, if possible then try going back to factory state to see if that fixes the issue. Don't forget to backup your vital data first as it would be deleted during the process.
If above doesn't fix the issue, then send it to lenovo for service given that it's still under warranty, hardware issue cannot be ruled out.
Hope it helps.
Maliha (I don't work for lenovo)
ThinkPads:- T400[Win 7], T60[Win 7], IBM 240[Win XP]
IdeaPad: U350Apple:- Macbook Air [Snow Leopard]
09-17-2010 05:05 AM
Thanks for your response!
"Have you tried running System Toolbox test on the camera? does it report anything unusual?"
I have Lenovo Thinkvantage Toolbar (Ver 6.0.5692.08) and it just ran clean. It talks about a "web camera" under Video in help but that is the only thing I can see or find--ie nothing under diagnostics.
"factory state" I had just restored it for another reason (using factory supplied restore disks) and have installed Skype which is when I realized the integrated camera was intermittant.
09-17-2010 05:50 AM
Hmmmm . . .
Now it seems to be working and shows up on the Device Manager.
So, sometimes a reboot fixes it, but not always.
09-18-2010 04:13 PM
I downloaded (its free for home users) 'debut video capture software' from the good people at:
Somehow it seems to be encouraging the skype webcam to connect.