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Possibly repair a non-functional built-in iSight
Authored by: evandroferres on Jan 24, '09 05:09:31AM

Installing that folder in my StartupItems folder solved my problem. Resetting the SMC used to solve it too, but only until the next time I shut down my computer. And by the way I think there's no need to worry about installing the patch. It's not a firmware patch. If it causes any harm to your system all you have to do is remove it from the StartupItems folder.

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