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I have an Asus SmartTab tablet with Mathematica 9 on it. When I run ImageCapture, nothing shows up in the image window. Originally running this completely crashed the entire OS forcing a reboot, but I have done some updates since. Now I just get the blank window effect.
Does anyone have any ideas on if this is fixable, or has had this happen?

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This works for me on both Windows 8.1 and Windows 8.1 Update. –  RunnyKine Apr 18 at 18:32
    
Works for me as well on a Dell XPS12; however on a fresh reboot and new kernel I get $Aborted the first time I run ImageCapture[] and need to execute the cell a 2nd time to get it to function. –  bobthechemist Apr 18 at 19:33
    
At least you get some effect. On my system Mathematica is telling me straight away "ImageCapture::notsupported: Image acquisition is not supported on Unix". I guess your best chance is to contact the support of Wolfram. –  halirutan Apr 18 at 19:52
    
This behavior could be due to a buggy graphics or image capture driver, or a hardware fault of the graphics chip/camera. Since there ought to be no way for Mathematica to crash the entire OS, I am going to hazard a guess that the problem doesn't lie with Mathematica itself, and therefore the question is probably not answerable at this site. –  Oleksandr R. Apr 19 at 23:27
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This question appears to be off-topic because it is about a software or hardware problem that is most likely not directly related to Mathematica. –  Oleksandr R. Apr 19 at 23:28

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