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iSight Issues


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The built in camera in my Macbook Pro simply does not work. The green light turns on during photobooth but the screen remains black. iChat also does not work. Anyone know of any way to reset the camera or fix it at all? i tried restarting the computer and holding down command + option + P + R. no dice.
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