Hi guys, I know the feeling as well. Tried all the drivers, all the different settings without any luck. Eventually, I called out a technician from Dell. He opened up the screen and found that the cable connecting to the web cam was loose. There is no room for movement of the cable, thats why it gets loose and thats why some people are having a problem and some are not. If you can check the physical connection to the web camera. My E6410 web cam now works perfectly.
its not a webcam all it is is a cut out ready for you too put a webcam in the wire for the webcam is already there depending on what you ordered from dell
i have been thinking for months that its a webcam but as the dell website specs says its optional if you put your finger over the so called webcam windows its actually a sensor for the lcd display brightness hope this helps
Hi There DAET,
I am a user of a Dell Latitude E6410 laptop.
To Activate the webcam on Windows 7 You have to go to device manager,
Then click on Imaging devices
After that click on Integrated Webcam and a window will pop up
Go to drivers and then Enable the device with the enable button
If that doesn't work I don't know how to help you