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Webcam on Medion


Hetti

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Hubby has a Medion laptop model E 6212, but cannot find how to enable the webcam, the literature does not say how to switch it on, there is a pic of a camera on F9 key we have tried different key combinations but have not been successful in turning it on. Does anyone know the correct combo please.

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Nontek

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I believe that laptop comes with built-in software for the webcam, namely Cyberlink You Cam , does that not explain how to work the camera? Also but this is just a guess, you might need to press the Fn key at the same time as pressing F9.

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woodchip

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check Desktop for a Icon and double click it to start it

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Nontek

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Or, if you install Skype, you can then go to Skype>Tools>Options>Video Settings and check that your webcam is shown where it says 'Select webcam', you should also be able to see yourself on screen at this point.

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Hetti

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Thanks all,

The software Cyberlink You Cam plus Fn and F9 did the trick, there is no desktop icon. Sorted Thanks all.

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Nontek

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Great, thanks for your feedback.

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