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LATITUDE E7250, webcam missing in device manager Windows 7

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Hello,

Webcam not functioning.

Windows 7, Home

Did run "Diagnostic" ePSA during booting. There it shows USB Webcam working OK.

But once in Windows, camera can not be activated and is not even visible in the Device-managers list.

Already Uninstalled the USB ROOT and install again (based on community info) => no solution

Also updated all drivers, but never really found a webcam driver...

 

Any suggestions?

Thank you

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Re: LATITUDE E7250, webcam missing in device manager Windows 7

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Item solved: someone had disabled the camera function in the BIOS....

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Re: LATITUDE E7250, webcam missing in device manager Windows 7

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Re: LATITUDE E7250, webcam missing in device manager Windows 7

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when in device manager click view>show hidden devices.

any sign of a camera showing from the past?

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Re: LATITUDE E7250, webcam missing in device manager Windows 7

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Did not verify in the past, never had to use the camera.

But during BIOS Diagnostic, system clearly states a functioning webcamera.

I will check the "hidden" option

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Re: LATITUDE E7250, webcam missing in device manager Windows 7

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Will try once that link, thank you

I saw but did not try it yet

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Re: LATITUDE E7250, webcam missing in device manager Windows 7

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If your integrated webcam is not working due to Windows 10 update, the problem is likely to be caused by faulty drivers or driver conflicts. To fix the problem, you can follow the instructions below.

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Re: LATITUDE E7250, webcam missing in device manager Windows 7

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Item solved: someone had disabled the camera function in the BIOS....

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