How to Troubleshoot Webcam Error Code 0xA00F4243 (0xc00D3704)?

Sometimes the user is facing problem in opening Windows Webcam and encounter error code. The reason might be the malicious cyber infection so to remove this malware you should install Webroot via in your device. In this blog, you will read the solution of the Webcam Error Code 0xA00F4243 (0xc00D3704).

Method To fix Webcam Error Code 0xA00F4243 (0xc00D3704):

1. Run Windows Apps Troubleshooter:

For this, you should press Win + I key on your keyboard just to open Settings. Then, you should go to Update & Security and then click on Troubleshoot. If in case, you cannot see troubleshooters on the right side, then you should click on Additional troubleshooters. After this, you should locate Windows Store Apps, then click it once and then select Run the troubleshooter.

2. Search Apps on Task Manager Which Cause Problem:

For this, you should press Ctrl + Shift + Esc or just right-click on the empty space on the toolbar. Then, you should open Task Manager and then go to the Processes tab. After this, you should carefully analyze which programs are currently running in the background of the computer system. If in case, you found an app which uses Camera, then just click on it and then select “End Task.”

3. Utilize Clean Boot:

You should click on Windows key and then type msconfig. After this, you should click on System Configuration and then open Services tab. Here, you should mark Hide all Microsoft services box and then select Disable all. At this point, you should open Startup tab and then click on Open Task Manager. Now, you should click on each startup item and then select Disable. Then, you should close Task Manager and then click on OK button on the System Configuration window. At last, you should Reboot the system.

4. Reset your Camera:

For this, you should click Windows key + I just to open Settings. Now, you should select App and Features. Then, you have to locate Camera and then click on it. At this point, you should select Advanced options and then just Reset. At the end, just Reboot the PC.

5. Update Webcam Drivers:

For this, right-click on Windows key and then select Device Manager. Now, you should Expand Imaging devices and then right-click on your system webcam entry. Then, you should select the Update Driver Software option. After this, click on Browse my computer for software driver option. Here, you should select Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer option. If in case, not checked, then you should check the Show compatible hardware option. Now, you should select USB Video Device and then click on Next option. Here, the system will automatically update/install the driver. At last, you should close Device Manager and just Reboot the system.

6. Check Privacy Settings:

You should press Windows key + I key just to open Settings. Then, you should go to the Privacy category and then select the Camera option. After this, you should ensure that the Let apps use my camera option is turned on.

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