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dv2535 webcam not working (solved)

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Hi guys,


Im trying to get my internal webcam working in my HP laptop model number dv2535 now the os sees the webcam and when i open it with i chat it shows a black screen and the blue light indicates its on but it just doesnt have video! anyone that can help i have searched and there are other similar problems but no one with a fix for this problem?



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maybe a bit OTT....

I see you say your wirless is not working.?


I have a DV6716ez and the specs on the box said that the Wireless was a 4965AGN, even the manual from HP's website said so, but Ubuntu told me otherwise! It turned out to be a BCM 94312MCG from Broadcom, so I physically took it out to check and yes it was! GREAT there was a kext fix for it!


I hope this might inspire you to run Ubuntu or such or maybe take the card out and check the model number on the chip, maybe you will be pleasantly surprised!?




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