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iSight & Windows XP 64-bit

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Dear all,

Does anyone know where i can get the drivers for my iSight my macbook pro, as i am running XP 64-bit and i need the drivers for the iSight also im running this on VMware Fusion

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Lyon
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Have you installed the VMware tools yet?

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Oh, wait..
This has already been handled here..
Check : http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/VMWare/Q_22870752.html

Good luck,
Xfreddie
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Very good,

Many Thanks!
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