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Most often, when a webcam is showing your image upside down, it is due to a device driver that is incompatible with your computer's operating system. Updating or changing the driver is your best bet for getting your topsy-turvy world back in check.

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Before you start changing the drivers for your webcam, it's best to make sure that the drivers are actually the issue. You can check to see how your webcam is working with a simple site like that will look at the raw footage from your webcam. If the image is still inverted there, you should look into the settings for your camera -- usually located in the Control Panel -- to see if there is an inversion or image flipping option. If there isn't, or your webcam doesn't have a Control Panel settings icon, then you probably need to change the drivers.

If you recently updated your computer, the new drivers might be causing problems with your webcam. You can roll back the drivers to an earlier version to see if that affects a change in your virtual orientation. Access the Device Manager in your computer's Control Panel -- a quick way to get there is to press the Windows Key and type "Device Manager." Your camera will be listed under Imaging Devices. Double-click the name of your camera to open the Properties window. Click on the "Driver" tab and, if you have a previous driver, you can click on the "Roll Back Driver" button to return to your last driver.

If rolling back the drivers doesn't work, or if you don't have any previous drivers to roll back to, you'll need to update the drivers. If you click on the "Update Driver" button in the camera's properties in the Device Manager, you will be presented with two options: Search or Browse for the driver. Start with searching for the driver to let Windows search online for the best fit for your webcam. It can take a few minutes for the search to complete. If it finds a driver, follow the on-screen instructions to install it. If it doesn't find a driver you'll need to go hunting yourself. Start with the manufacturer's website.

Use the name of your webcam as a starting point. For example if it has the name of the manufacturer in the title, you should go to the website for that manufacturer. If you have a webcam that's built-in to your computer, go to the site for your laptop manufacturer. Find the model of your camera -- or laptop -- on the website and look for the driver download area. It's often under a link labeled "Support." Download the file that matches your computer's operating system and then open the driver file on your computer. Typically, drivers are designed to run and self-install. If that's not the case, you can use the Browse feature of the Device Manager driver update tool to point to the location where you downloaded the driver and manually install it on your computer. You'll probably have to restart once the installation is complete for your webcam image to be right-side up again.

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