Upside-down webcam problem

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Hardware' started by mikethegreat, May 30, 2009.

  1. mikethegreat

    mikethegreat New Member

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    I've installed Win7 RC on my Asus N50Vn notebook, and it runs awesome. Most of the 64-bit Vista drivers work just fine, but I'm having a problem with my webcam. I've installed both the driver software and the proprietary Asus LifeFrame application that came with the laptop by downloading from Asus' support site. Everything runs fine, except my camera is upside-down.

    I've tinkered with all the settings, both through LifeFrame and the Win7 control panel, but I can't find a way to fix it. There's one tab that deals with camera orientation (which appears to give the option to flip/rotate the cam), but all the sliders are greyed out and I can't manipulate them.

    Anyone else had this problem and/or know how to fix it?
     
  2. asusn50vc

    asusn50vc New Member

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    same! i have the asusn50vc and..

    the same thing is happening
    can anyone out there please help us!
    even PM me
    at
    imran_karabagli@hotmail.com



    please!!
    ive tried everything
    drivers,lifefram & windows 7 settings!
    ZLICHH!!
     
  3. liverpoolatnight

    liverpoolatnight New Member

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    up to date driver?

    Hi,
    Really all you can do is look on there website and look for an up to date driver and that goes to any hardware really as windows 7's new

    OR try email them and see what they say :)

    Francis
     
    #3 liverpoolatnight, Jun 18, 2009
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  4. Malienus

    Malienus New Member

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    Well,

    I had the same problem on my N50vn, but fixed it. In the device manager i tryed to update the driver and requested to search in a specific lecation on my laptop. I downloaded from ASUS website:

    Chicony_CNF7246 Camera Driver for Vista 64 bit V061.005.200.240 2009/05/13

    The driver was updated and the video is displayed properly now. I also had problems with the fingerprint device, but I downloaded some other drivers and everything works fine now!

    Hope this helps,

    Maciek
     
    #4 Malienus, Jun 22, 2009
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