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[PROBLEM SOLVED] - Windows 10 (build 10565) Camera Drivers

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Re: [PROBLEM SOLVED] - Windows 10 (build 10565) Camera Drive

Postby Dann » November 30th, 2015, 10:42 pm

Linx 10 :)
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Re: [PROBLEM SOLVED] - Windows 10 (build 10565) Camera Drive

Postby dbwmcauley » December 8th, 2015, 5:37 pm

Dann,

I tried the files in the first link, Device Manager reported my device was up to date (Linx10 running Windows 10). Webcam still didn't work. So then I downloaded the second link, the Processor driver. Installed the driver, thinking that might be why the webcam wasn't working (after all, the file was in a thread about the webcam!) and now my tablet won't switch on. Any ideas or suggestions how to resolve this?

*IGNORE!* - less than a minute after posting this, the stupid thing switched on lol!
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Re: [PROBLEM SOLVED] - Windows 10 (build 10565) Camera Drive

Postby ServiceNomad » February 4th, 2016, 2:42 pm

On my device. Driver not work. Error: Something went wrong - Make sure that your camera is connected and being used by another app.

05.02.16 I can install driver. This: Update 3rd August: Camera Driver - You can also download the camera drivers here http://downloads.linxtablet.co.uk/Linx%20Camera%20Driver.zip
But the image in it upside down.
05/02/16 But with this problem. Me help this guide: http://www.linxtablet.co.uk/page.php?p=windows-10-command-centre---g-sensor-accelerator
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Re: [PROBLEM SOLVED] - Windows 10 (build 10565) Camera Drive

Postby mantaii » February 25th, 2016, 12:24 pm

I've tried the drivers on this thread and the rear camera does now work but I still get an error "Oops something went wrong!" when I try and use the front camera.

When I try and use the drivers it actually says I'm already using the best drivers, is there a way to force it to take the downloaded version?
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