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I want you to do this to confirm which part has a problem. Look at your camera lens directly face to face and observe those tiny shutter inside while switching on your camera. You must see the movement of those tiny shutter and even hear some clicking, if so, CCD replacement is needed. Sometimes those shutter stacked up and shows the same symptoms. Hope it helps
When youre running windows XP on a Macbook, you should install the Bootcamptools from the original Mac OSX Leopard DVD. This installs all the components of your Macbook including graphics, Bluetooth and of course the iSight =)
sir, as far as i know your logitech webcam isnt compatible with apple notebook. better try otherbrand instead of logitech. logitech is compatible with windows xp and vista only. let me know if it has. hope that helps
Mac's have a set of built in drivers that list a group of brands they support with out additional drivers. I can't remember which ones but they tend to like logitech cameras a lot better. They like iSight camera's the best.