Most webcams will connect with a USB cord or something similar. It's usually on the front or the back of the computer and looks just like it should -- like a tiny rectangle ready to receive your USB cord. Your Windows machine should either help your installed software auto-open once you plug in the webcam, or you can browse to it via the start menu whenever you're ready to use it.Of course, first, you'll want to figure out where to put your webcam...Many times, hardware (including some webcams) will come with no disk for drivers to install at all.
Of course, absolutely nothing might happen when you plug it in, in which case you'll probably want to read the instruction manual or visit the manufacturer's website to locate some driver software for the webcam.
This is also what you should do if you've lost or thrown away the disc that came with your webcam.
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Most webcams will have a USB connection, a software disk for their drivers, and, of course, the actual physical camera, where the lens is, which you'll need to put somewhere where you can see it (and where it can see you!
) Unless otherwise instructed, insert the disk that came with your webcam before you plug it in.
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If your web camera didn't come with a software disc, simply plug it in and see what happens.