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Hi All,

I have a question regarding iSight webcam on my MB. The thing is, sometimes when I boot my MB the iSight is turned on by itself. I can see the green light on the RHS glowing. And there is no application like iChat or something running.

Is there any way to turn off iSight if its turned on? This has happed twice with me and both times I have to do a reboot to turn it off.

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