I have an ASUS X205TA notebook running Windows 10 Home version 1803 OS build 17134.1 32-bit OS. Upon launching Camera app the camera display is blocked with message "We need your permission"... with launch button for camera settings. The problem is the camera privacy settings are already enabled:
Camera access for this device is ON
Allow Apps to access your camera ON
Camera App ON
Photos App ON
I cannot get the camera App window to display camera image.
In Device Manager I see no driver listed under either "Imaging devices" or "Sound, video, and game controllers". I see a driver under "Camera" for USB Camera indicating the device is working properly. The driver is Microsoft v 10.0.17134.1. However, this appears to be a USB camera driver but my camera is a built in notebook camera and not a USB device.
I had been able to operate the camera device successfully with the Camera App as recently as 3/4/1018 prior to the most recent Windows Cumulative Update but was already broken before the Windows Feature Update to 1803 available now. The installation of Feature update to Windows 10, version 1803 on 5/4/2018 wiped out my update history so I am no longer able to determine which update caused the camera feature to break.
Any help resolving this issue is extremely appreciated. Thanks!