Chatting through YM or Skype might be uncomfortable for you if your Toshiba Satellite L650D webcam problem occured. Most common problems are blur or blank pictures, non-responsive process and webcam errors when using it as a video source. You can fix it by yourself though because it is not a hard thing to do. If you have read the manual, this is an easy thing to fix but if you’re lazy just like me then read along this short article on how to fix Toshiba Satellite L650D webcam problem.
Toshiba Satellite L650D
Toshiba Satellite L650D consists of AMD’s dual core processor, Athlon II P320 (2.10 GHz, 1 MB L2 cache), along with a hard disk which includes a capacity of 500 GB. The Mobility Radeon HD 5145, a starter model from ATI, can serve as the graphic card. Toshiba also depends upon the somewhat higher clocked dual core, Turion II P520 (2.3 GHz, 2 MB L2 cache). Unfortunately, Toshiba doesn’t clock the Radeon HD 5650′s core in the standard 550 MHz, but just with 450 MHz.
It also comes with a 64-bit Windows 7, Athlon II P320 Dual Core 2.10GHz, 4GB of RAM and Radeon HD 5145. It’s no wonder that if a person of the users was disappointed if the Toshiba Satellite L650D webcam problem raised.
First of all, webcam drivers are out there to help you fix this problem, but if you have a message saying, “Initialization failed, verify webcam and restart”, then you have a serious issue here.
Toshiba Satellite L650D Webcam Problem Fix
Toshiba Satellite L650D webcam problem can be fixed by using these solutions below:
- Check if the webcam is actively connected to your computer. Check if the USB cable plugged correctly. It would be better to connect the camera to the computer directly.
- Shut down the computer and unplug the camera. Restart your PC and plug the webcam again. Afterwards, your computer system will try to reinstall the driver. Check if the camera works after this. If it doesn’t work, go to the Control Panel – Hardware and Sound – Device Manager. Check if the webcam is recognized as a camera or not. Also, check if the drivers are installed properly. If you see a yellow exclamation point, there might be a problem with the camera drivers. FIx it by downloading laptop drivers and install it on your computer.
- Uninstalling the webcam software. Go to Control Panel>Add/Remove Programs and remove the corresponding software. Restart your computer. Then, reinstall the camera software. You may have to unplug the webcam first before reinstalling the software.
- For blurry images or low quality pictures and video, check if your webcam has a focus ring. Try focusing the subjects in the right position and try adjusting the focus ring on the lens of the camera so that the image produced will be clearer.
If all else fails, do a clean installation, clean the preinstalled driver, then clean registry. If one of these Toshiba Satellite L650D webcam problem troubleshooting helps, then great you have fixed your own issue on webcam.