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Might be using too much video ram and cannot handle all the extra video input or it could be a bandwidth issue.
Try closing down all windows and just have video chat open or try clearing web browser history.
This might be a DNS (Domain Name Server) issue. Are you able to load other websites?
Also try browsing directly to one of Google's IP addresses: http://188.8.131.52/ if you are able to load that page, then you will need to contact your Internet Service Provider and ask about your DNS settings.
Hard to answer without more details. If the apple logo turns on but then the operating system do not load, the problem possibly is your hard disk. It may be also a memory module that got displaced.
You have to un-screw all screws at the back and verify that your memory modules aren't dispaced, or a power cord/connector disconnected. In case this also fails, you have to carry your computer to a professional tech service.
I do not believe msn has video conferencing for macs.You can get messenger for mac (the download) but it does not include video chatting. I am sure of this. However, Skype is great for mac videoconferencing. Gmail also has something to download for videoconferencing. http://www.google.com/chat/video
If you are using VMware Fusion at the same time that you get the problem then it is Fusion. Check by shutting down Fusion then trying the iChat. If it works fine then it's definitely Fusion that is interrupting it.
With internet sharing off as you describe the next thing is to make sure that it is also not sharing the iSight itself. When fusion is running but not windows itself, check the configuration of your windows bootable in Fusion. (You'll have to excuss me a bit as I havn't used Fusion for a bit since switching over to Parallels) Check to see if the iSight is listed among the USB devices.
If it's not there load up windows and check which devices are connected there from the main Fusion Menu or the little icons on the Fusion Status bar. If it's not, double check by right clicking on MyComputer and choosing properties then go to Device Manager and then looking in there for any USB camera devices. If it is, right click and disable it.