How do I take a photo from my laptop's built-in webcam?

jdixon

I have an HP G60 notebook computer and want to take a photo using the webcam. I see in devices that it's there, but there's no button to use for taking photos. Help!

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HP laptops used to include a program associated with the webcam called "Quickplay". You can usually find it in the Start menu, but if not, you can install it from HP.

http://www.cyberlink.com/stat/oem/hp/quickplay/QP_361_upgrade/hp/enu/ite...

 

Newer models use the Media Smart brand name. For webcams, you'll need to download and install Cyberlink YouCam:

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareDownloadIndex?softwareitem=ob...

 

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