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Having trouble with the web camera?
It could be a security setting in your web browser. The web cam presentation uses "cookies". A default setting in Microsoft's Internet Explorer may block these cookies. When you first arrive at the web cam page, try not to run your mouse over the top of any of the camera controls, and just scroll down if you need to, to see if there is an error message written to the right of the "i" (information) in the little blue circle. If it reads, "cookie not available or blocked by your web browser", here is how you can get past that. In your Internet Explorer settings, go to "Tools", and then select "Internet Options". Then select the "Privacy" tab, and click on the "Advanced" button. Put a check mark in the box next to "override automatic cookie handling". Also use two more check marks to "accept first party cookies" and "accept third party cookies". Most of the time, this solves the problem for Internet Explorer users.
If that doesn't help, sometimes it's easier to just use another web browser. If you're using Microsoft's Internet Explorer and it's giving you trouble, try downloading and installing Google Chrome. You'll still be able to use Internet Explorer whenever you want, but you'll have the additional choice of a new browser. You may find that some web sites work better in one browser than another, so sometimes it's nice to have a choice.
In 2016, Microsoft came up with their new "Edge" browser. Ironically, this new browser does not support many web cam technologies. If you're using "Edge". you'll need to view this web cam in another browser, such as Google "Chrome", or Microsoft's Internet Explorer.