I have a problem with my desktop, I tried fixing it by many methods, but nothing worked. The problem is explained below.
My desktop configuration is:
windows xp service pack 3, usb 2.0 ports, 512MB RAM and 80GB hard disk, intel d102ggc2 motherboard, intel pentium D dual core processor,
CHIPSET: ATI radeon Xpress 200 northbridge, ATI IXP 450 southbridge, 4 Mbit firmware hub (FWH)
VIDEO: ATI radeon X300 integrated graphics.
I bought a iball c8.0 webcam. It is compatible with windows xp/vista/7. It uses a usb 2.0 interface port, and also backward compatible with USB 1.1. This webcam does not require any drivers, just plug and play.
When I connected the webcam to my desktop, the webcam was detected but there was no image or video displayed on the monitor; this is the worst problem I am facing.
When I connected the same webcam to my friends desktop, which had windows xp service pack 3, it displayed the video on the monitor. The video was also displayed on a windows 7 computer. Since it is working on other desktop computers, there is no defect in the webcam.
I have also installed the chipset driver. But still there is no video on the monitor. I don't know whether there is a problem in hardware or in software.
Please help me to rectify the problem and display the video from the webcam on the monitor.
Looking for your reply.
We would like to inform you that the D102GGC2 has been discontinued already and for that reason is not compatible with Windows 7:
As an additional detail it seems that the issue you are experiencing is a compatibility problem with the camera itself. Contact the device manufacturer for further information and assistance.