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Solved: Photoshop driver conflict with webcam!!

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by ddboy85, Jan 15, 2013.

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  1. ddboy85

    ddboy85 Thread Starter

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    I installed CS3 and then used it...after uploading several brushes and playing around I got a msg from the application that it cannot support some thing in the graphics.I ignored the msg and clicked ok...as I was more involved with the creativity that Photoshop gives.

    The same time a friend of mine came on Skype and wanted to communicate but I wasn't able to turn on the cam.Its display got distorted with colored band like vision something which showed that there was a display problem.

    I tried other sw that initiate web cam (original web cam programs) but they too showed the same thing.

    then i reinstalled the driver for web cam but it didn't work.

    Now I haven't used web cam..Photoshop is working fine.

    Specs: Win 7 Home premium,2 GB RAM,Intel core i3,500 GB HDD,graphics card Nvidia GeForce 9600 GT
    webcam iball 8.0 c2c face to face.

    Kindly give solutions. Thanking you for taking efforts to read it out.

    Regards,
    DDBOY85
     
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    ddboy85 Thread Starter

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    People There is a problem with the webcam and not with the PS...anyway 138 members who visited and read thnx for that!
     
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