keeps telling me the best driver software for your device is already installed.
I did download something called asus virtual camera and it has settings for tilt and roll BUT all the options are greyed out for some reason and camfrog does not show any option for rotating the camera.
Wish there was a place I could just download a drivers disk image and then burn it to a dvd. I am trying to get asus to send me the driver and restore disks but so far no luck getting a hold of anybody.
Last edited by jeresmith25; 16th September 2008 at 11:04 PM.
Well, I'm not a owner of G50V but I do not think it is different from others.
My F8Sn came with ASUS software that works with webcam. Upside down image is native for all lenses and there is nothing to do if driver doesn't have this feature that rotates image
P.S. My desktop has stand alone webcam (Rosewill from Newegg) and during driver installation driver has installed the icon into system tray that allows to tweak some basic features: rotation, contrast, brightness, face centering and so on
Well my friend said when he first got the laptop the image was just fine, but since we re-installed vista ultimate and started updating all the devices and drivers and this is the last one that is really causing an issue.
I have downloaded asus virtual camera that does have the options for tilt and such but like I said they are greyed out so I cannot adjust the image with it.
And without the drivers disk and system restore I have to rely for online drivers and such.
Thats if I had the drivers/utilities disk. I only received Norton and Webroot with the laptop and Best Buy said I had to get the disks from asus which I cannot get in contact with Tech Support because they never answer their online chat and when I sent an email they sent one back saying something about RMA'ing the laptop....just to get some disks?? lol
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