Dec 31, · I have a Asus kj laptop. I haven’t been able to use the LifeFrame webcam because when I turn it on it’s upside down. What can I do to turn it? I have reinstalled it, that didn’t help. There is nothing I can do in the options to change it. Please help. Thanks. Nov 24, · my lifeframe camera is upside down and the area to go to to fix it wont allow me. i downloaded lifeframe from the asus website. said something about compatability problem it tried to run on windowsxp but its not installing all the way the webcam installed but its shooting upside down. How to Fix Video Upside Down Issue on ASUS Laptop. Camilla Mo Last Updated: 3 years ago. 6. If the video captured by ASUS notebook camera is upside down, the cause is the right camera driver. To fix the problem, you can download and install the right driver from ASUS support site. Aug 24, · Hi, I have an Asus laptop w/built in webcam. It was fine for a few years.. I installed the Windows 10 preview recently. Now the camera displays perfect degrees upside down. I've tested it . Jan 02, · On my Asus-Notebook Windows has installed the hs-360.org driver for my webcam With this driver the picture is upside down in the camera app and also in Skype. Manfred This has been an ongoing problem with ASUS notebooks. For convenience, ASUS installed their camera upside down in the lid of their.
Unfortunately, now it's August and it's still happening. If you are not sure how to download the right camera driver from ASUS website, refer to steps below. I also never found the. Learn more. Did this solve your problem? Just ignore the list and click "next" in my case it was the Kyocera , ci Before working as a writer, she was a technical support helping people to solve their computer problems. How satisfied are you with this response?
SharonEreaux Replied on August 21, New 30 Aug 8. To identify the right driver, use the PID number. New 02 Jan Choose "Imaging devices" 5.
With this driver the camera app worked! Removing the camera drivers doesn't help as the report comes back that the drivers are the latest available. In reply to SharonEreaux's post on August 21, Don't know why 10 people found this helpful as it does not give me the answer. Select Camera from the driver list. Go to Device Manager and right-click on the camera device again. Select Properties on the context menu. Yes No. In reply to JonnyPackham's post on August 11,