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    Default how to turn on a camera?

    hello everyone........

    plz tell me how to turn on the built in camera on Acer Travelmate 3260...and its urgent

    thanks
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    Default Re: how to turn on a camera?

    Quote Originally Posted by zainahmed View Post
    hello everyone........

    plz tell me how to turn on the built in camera on Acer Travelmate 3260...and its urgent

    thanks
    bye
    Have you tried talking dirty to it? (Sorry, couldn't pass it up)

    Sadly, I do not know the REAL answer.
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    Default Re: how to turn on a camera?

    It's not in the manual? Try with a program like Yahoo messenger? MSN messenger?
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    Default Re: how to turn on a camera?

    On my 5102 there is an acer program called acer orbicam which when I run it, the camera "view screen" comes on and I can see what the camera is pointing at and also take pictures; but I don't know if your 3260 uses the same program. You can also turn it on like the previous poster said if you are using msn messenger or yahoo messenger.
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