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New 18 Aug 3. Hi, thanks for the answer. Yes, I was thinking about to open my notebook and see if I can change the camera position. But I found a better solution. It took me several hours, but today I found a driver that worked! It is a Sonix driver 6. I must installed it via the inf-file because the setup-file told my hardware not detected. With this driver the camera app worked! It was upside down too, but there was a flip setting in the registry. After this I installed Skype again and it worked to.
New 18 Aug 4. Thanks for solving this problem. New 20 Aug 5. Hello, what is the flip key setting " With this driver the app camera worked! It was upside down too, There Was a flip goal setting in the registry. How to find it? New 20 Aug 6. Hi, if found it for my driver in: New 21 Aug 7. New 30 Aug 8. New 14 Oct 9. I couldn't find a functioning one, the installation always failed to start.
I also never found the. Go in the device manager 2. Go on top menu "action" and then on "add Legacy hardware" 3. Go "next" and then on "select hardware manually Choose "Imaging devices" 5. Just ignore the list and click "next" in my case it was the Kyocera , ci Be happy and have a working and rightly turned camera Maybe you need to uninstall your current driver beforehand. My system is in German, so the names can be slightly different than stated above.
New 02 Jan Same problem as Manfred. Have started downloading drivers to try and fix the camera upside down situation but I am prompted to pay for it and a whole suite of others. Is there any free ones I can download to fix my webcam problem? I am not super techy. Asus atk driver not working properly in Drivers and Hardware.
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Sign In Sign Up. Results 1 to 10 of I upgraded from Windows 7 to 10 recently and I've been using it for the past 3 days and its been great. However, today I attempted to make a video Skype call and realised that it doesn't recognise my webcam anymore. I uninstalled the device and scanned for hardware changes hoping it would assign a working generic driver and that didn't work. Anyone have any suggestions? In Device Manager under Imaging Devices, it's listed as: Last edited by Almighty1; at Sorry for the late reply. For whatever reason my webcam doesn't seem to use the supplied drivers given by Windows I downloaded the logon utility and virtual camera utility and those didn't help either. As I said earlier I did try uninstalling and rebooting but that also didn't work Still looks like this to me.