Question about ASUS Eee 4G Notebook
Some times BIOS disable webcam after updating it.
To enable it do the followings:
1. Restart your Eee PC.
2. Press F2 while booting (to enter BIOS sittings)
3. Go to "advanced" tab (by pressing right arrow)
4. Select "Onboard Device Configuration" (by pressing down arrow)
5. From there you can find if "Onboard Camera" is enabled or not.
6. If not, just press enter to pick "Enabled"
I hope that would help.
To get the drivers please go through the below link.
Posted on Dec 13, 2010
if you can specify the application at which you expenrience problems with your webcam, the solution could be straight forward.
Generally, those bulit in webcams do not necessairily need an extra driver, even in XP. One simple method how to find out is to either install skype or another chatting program or visit an online webcam test like here if you get a message "A camera is required for this demonstration." and no picture at all, then your OS is not recognizing it at all and there had to be an action before, maybe software or firmware udpate.
Please post further details..
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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