If your laptop camera is not working, there are several things you can try to troubleshoot the issue:
Check if the camera is enabled: Some laptops have a physical button or switch to turn the camera on or off. Make sure it is turned on.
Check camera settings: Ensure that the camera is set as the default camera and that the right settings are selected. Check the camera settings on your device to make sure it is enabled and not muted.
Check for conflicting applications: Ensure that no other applications are using the camera at the same time. Some applications may automatically use the camera and not allow other applications to access it.
Update the camera driver: If the camera driver is outdated, it may cause issues. Check the manufacturer’s website for updates to the camera driver.
Check for malware or viruses: Sometimes malware or viruses can cause issues with the camera. Scan your laptop for malware or viruses using a reliable antivirus software.
Restart your laptop: Sometimes restarting your laptop can fix camera issues.
Check the physical camera: If the camera lens is covered or dirty, clean it or remove any obstruction.
If none of the above works, try connecting an external camera to your laptop, contact the manufacturer’s support team or Esmond Service Centre for further assistance.
Keep in mind that the specific troubleshooting steps may vary depending on your laptop model and operating system.