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10.4.11 not seeing Built-In iSight on Intel MacBook

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Ever since I upgraded my OS on my Intel MacBook (2005) to 10.4.11, it will not open any application that uses the iSight and says there is no connected camera. I have tried getting rid of .plist and resetting PRAM and nothing seems to work. I'd try doing a downgrade to the original 10.4 OS, but I lost my disk when moving. Redoing the combo update didn't work either.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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