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 =)
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Head to the Yahoo Web site to begin the account creation process.
Click on the 'Sign Up' link on the home page to begin the account creation process.
Fill in all of the required fields on the page that opens. This will include your name and some additional personal information, as well as your choice for a screen name and password. If your screen name choice already exists, then you'll need to choose an alternative, or pick from the suggestions that Yahoo provides.
Click the 'Sign Up' button again once your account is ready. This will make your Yahoo profile active.
Download Yahoo Messenger
Proceed to the Yahoo Messenger Web site. You will click the 'Messenger' link on the Yahoo home page or you can head directly to the Messenger Web site (see Resources below).
Click the 'Get Started' link on the Messenger home page. This will redirect you to the download page for the latest version of Yahoo Messenger.
Wait a few seconds for the download to automatically begin, or press 'Click Here' in Step 1 of the Yahoo Messenger download page. This will open the dialog box that begins the download.
Double-click the Yahoo Messenger executable once the download completes to begin the installation process.
Hello, it looks like you use an XP system on a Mac isn't it? Then you are using boot camp or parallels to boot on windows...
Something you can do is use aMsn on Mac OS X that supports webcams and all kinds of messenger accounts.
you will probably find what you need here:
Try using a different messaging system. If you can see that your web cam is on then it is on. The problem is more likely your broadband or the Yahoo system.
Also it's worth checking that when you turn the camera on that another system like iChat is turned off.