How to set up a pink clique 1.3 mpx webcam
The Pink Clique 1.3 MPX webcam is a 1.3-megapixel webcam used for applications like video chat or video conferencing. It is an inexpensive, easy to use webcam; as such, the picture quality is relatively good, although it is slightly grainy, as most Web cameras are in this price range.
An additional feature of the camera is the flex stand, which makes it easy to adjust for the image you want on any computer or laptop.
Connect the USB connector at the end of the flexible stand to a USB port on the computer.
Bend the flexible stand so the camera adjusts to frame your face area.
Locate the found device pop-up message in the task bar, next to the time. Wait to see if the Windows operating system finds the driver automatically. On most computers, Windows installs the drivers automatically.
- The Pink Clique 1.3 MPX webcam is a 1.3-megapixel webcam used for applications like video chat or video conferencing.
- An additional feature of the camera is the flex stand, which makes it easy to adjust for the image you want on any computer or laptop.
Open the DVD/CD tray on the computer if you don't get a pop-up message informing you that Windows automatically installed the device drivers. Insert the installation CD that came with your webcam. Wait for the installation wizard to start automatically. Click through the Installation wizard prompts until the process completes. It should take just a few minutes to install.
Click on the video icon in any video messaging service you want to use.
- If your Clique 1.3 MPX did not come with an installation CD, you can download the drivers from the HUE, the manufacturer, website (see Resources).
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