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Bootcamp, windows and my firewire isight?


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Please help. When I use windows on my macbook, I can't get the firewire isight to work. It says it needs a driver. I have downloaded the apple drivers that come with bootcamp, and the built-in isight works just fine. I need to use my external firewire airport with windows xp on my macbook, but cant get it working. Any ideas?
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Anyone???
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Sounds like a Firewire driver problem and not a iSight Camera problem. It should recognize the iSight as soon as its connected.
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