According notebook specification your T model was delivered with preinstalled Win7 64bit Professional. Original recovery image contains preinstalled webcamera software and it is set to start automatically so I would like to know since when you have noticed this problem.
I cannot imagine this problem persists from the day one. Am I right about that?
Do you still use original preinstalled OS?
By the way: THIS is the right webcam driver for your notebook model.
I honestly don't remember the original OS it came, I bought it from a friend. I believe it was a W7 32 bits (don't remember the edition), and had the camera working.
After that It was formatted, ending with W7 64 Enterprise. No camera since then.
Tried the link you provided, but the error it's still the same. Ran it with and without administration account.
DMICheck Application Stopped working.
In event viewer in the "Application Folder" also caught this error "Faulting application DMICheck.exe".
Maybe this could be a lead. The application path for DmiCheck is %programfiles (x86)\....\DmiCheck.exe, could this be an architecture issue?
Yes, I feel that I have exhausted all the recommendations provided by others. I checked my BIOS via F2 at startup but there is nothing there which would allow me to turn the camera on/off. I also receive a DMICheck.exe fail when I attempt to reinstall the driver.
I think that the error “DMICheck Application stopped working” is related to DMIcheck.exe and this exe tool is checks the DMI string stored on the motherboard.
The DMI string contains, among other items, the model number of the system.
I think this DMI string is damaged and therefore the driver cannot be compared with the model number while installation procedure is running.
As far as I know the DMI string can be update by an Toshiba ASP