I purchased a MSI A6200 (CR620) Laptop several years ago at an unbeatable Black Friday deal at Office Depot. It ran well for quite some time until Windows became bloated and ran poorly. I decided to format the hard drive and install a fresh copy of Windows 7 (32-bit). Everything went smoothly until I tried to use Skype and it says that the webcam was not found! So I headed over to the driver download page on MSI’s website, and there was NO webcam driver — in fact it specifically said that no extra driver was needed. I had trouble finding a solution until I asked a laptop technician for some help, and he suggested that after loading Windows, to hit the “Fn” and “F6” buttons simultaneously. I tried that, and voila, the webcam is now fully functional!