Updating built in laptop webcam

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Right-click on the device and select Uninstall on the pop-up context menu. Right-click on the device again and select Enable on the pop-up context menu.

If the problem persists, you might need to reset the computer.

Note while performing reset, ensure to select Keep my files so that your personal files will be saved.

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If you see a yellow sign there, follow guides below to fix the problem. For some PC models, the manufacturer may not release Windows 10 driver.

If not, proceed to Instructions for the device with not yellow mark on it. Right-click on the device and select Uninstall on the pop-up context menu. If you are in this situation, download the driver for Windows 7 or Windows 8, which is always compatible with Windows 10.

Moreover, you can enjoy professional tech support guarantee, you can Disable and Enable the Device 1.

Follow instructions in this post and your webcam should work again. After rebooting, Windows will reinstall the driver automatically.

First, go to Device Manager and see if there is a yellow mark next to the webcam device. If Windows does not install the driver automatically, download and install the latest driver manually.

If your integrated webcam is not working since Windows 10 update or upgrade, the problem is likely to be caused by faulty drivers or driver conflicts.

To fix the problem, first, check the driver status in Device Manager.

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