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iMac - Imac G5 (isight) isight not working.


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Hey guys,

I have an Imac G5 (isight) which I am having an issue with.

My isight camera is not working.

Im running Leopard.

I have tried using it in imovie HD (6) and in Skype and it doesnt see anything. The green light still comes on.

The isight does show up in System Profiler under USB.

Ive tried resetting the SMU.

Can anyone offer any other suggestions?

Thanks guys.

Catstrat
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