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iSight on Windows XP with Boot Camp

Posted on 2006-11-21
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Anybody know how to get the iSight camera and microphone that are embedded in my MacBook to work when I'm working with Windows XP on my machine (via Boot Camp)... or if it's even possible? Thanks a lot.

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I believe that the latest Boot Camp drivers (in fact, from version 1.1, if memory serves) supports the iSight camera and addresses audio oddities.  You can download the latest version (v1.1.2) from here: http://www.apple.com/macosx/bootcamp/.  You won't need to remove/reinstall your Windows partition but simply install the Boot Camp software such that you can burn a new CD of updated drivers.  Install these new drivers in Windows and your iSight should work.  Allegedly...
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Looks like it's working. Thanks a lot.
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Well, my MacBook Pro (finally) arrived last week and I can confirm myself now that the iSight works great under the current version of Boot Camp.
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