Since a week my webcam dissappeared. Windows doesn't find it any more and I can't see it anymore in device manager. I already tried installing Ubuntu EEE, but it doesn't find my webcam too. I also tried changing some settings in the BIOS, but it has really gone. There is not even an unknown device in Windows.
Unfortunately I already done those two things. I tried restoring the original Toshiba WinXP and installing my own WinXP with the latest drivers from Toshiba. I also already indeed tried reseting the BIOS, but still no luck One thing I can remember when I installed Ubuntu is that at boot there was an error, something like "USB device on hub 2 malfunctioning". Maybe the webcam cable in the screen is broken, hower that would be very strange.
Could any NB100 user using WinXP post here how much USB Root Hubs they have (as seen in Device Manager)? When I bought the NB100 the webcam was attached to one of them. You can check where an device is connected to by right clicking on one of the root hubs, select properties and then go to energy.