8214 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Feb 7, 2009 11:23 AM by EZ Jim
If you do not have any security type software installed...........
Restarting may do the trick.
Try the suggestions mentioned in the Article http://support.apple.com/kb/HT2090 How to Troubleshoot iSight
As your problems has been posted here numerous times I suggest that you do a forum search & try the suggestions mentioned.
P.S. Please refrain from typing in caps. It is considered shouting in cyber space & hard to read. We can all hear ya in here.
**removing cyber ear plugs**
thanks 4 the reply. i did search the form but couldnt find a way to turn off an unresponsive camera if. e.g. if the finder gets stuck we relaunch it, if a program is not responding we force quit it, if a cd is stuck we restart an while clicking on the mouse etc but what could be done to turn off the isight other than restarting the OS. is there a way to just force it to turn off?
As suggested by Baby Boomer, you should try all relevant suggestions in
Click here -〉 http://support.apple.com/kb/HT2090 〈-Click here.
Doing so will help you determine whether the problem is software or hardware related so you know what to fix.
If all else fails and your problem is not with the software, the final suggestion from http://support.apple.com/kb/HT2090 applies:"If your built-in iSight camera is still not behaving correctly after trying all these steps, you may need to contact Apple or an Apple-Authorized Service Provider for service."
G5 DP 1.8 w/Mac OS X(10.5.6) PowerBook 1.67 GHz w/Mac (10.4.11) iBookSE 366MHz (10.3.9) External iSight