I was right wondering where's the Devices Manager window like I was used to use sometimes when I was using Windows (too much usage ) before replacing it with Zorin, I'd need it to change my wireless card settings because connection speed is quite slow so I'd like to change receive/transmit buffer and the scan valid interval, those are the only that I had changed. Then also webcam driver is missing, Cheese detects none
I don't see Jockey. Anyway I'd prefer to be able to increase network performance rather than fixing the webcam, I don't know if I'll ever use it, I never needed to do videocalls, neither by pc nor by phone.
Wow, on Windows 8.1 Enterprise that I had before switching to Zorin I remember that the webcam was something named like UVC VGA, this looks for mine, but can it be useful or it's just a tool for something else? I don't understand
I could make webcam work by myself , I was checking BIOS/UEFI settings and checking devices boot order I saw that CMOS Camera was disabled, I enabled it and when I ran Cheese I saw myself... reverted . Anyway this issue is here since I was using Windows 8.1 Enterprise, before replacing it with Zorin OS, and nor Asus team could explain me why camera is reversed, moreover there's no filter to flip . Now I have the webcam but still reversed, how great . As I saw lots of posts reporting webcam not detected should everyone check if their built-in webcam is disabled? Because I don't remember that I disabled it before switching to Zorin OS, is it disabled during Zorin OS installation? This would explain why so many posts about the same issue