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aMSN webcam help

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hello! I am a new mac user, I just got this MacBook yesterday.

I barely know anything about it, I could appreciate the help.

Currently, I am trying to setup a good MSN for my mac. I downloaded aMSN, but I am having trouble using the webcam, whenever I use it, the person I send it to says they can only see a blank spot.

any ideas to why this is happening and how I can fix it?
and are there better suggestions for MSN?

Thank You.
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