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iSight does't show in system profiler: what to replace?

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Hi!

I've got a Macbook Core Duo, last serial number letters RVMN. This morning I tried using Facetime, and the iSight wasn't recognized. It doesn't even appear in the System Profiler: the USB Hi-Speed bus where it used to be connected seems sadly empty, the green light doesn't shine in my bezel anymore.

Without opening the machine, a Genius I called upon told me it could be the iSight or the Logic Board. It occurs to me that my laptop only froze up yesterday, when I tried to test my new extrnal DVD with handbrake, but nothing capital. My laptop seems in perfect working order, and yesterday, as I told, I was placing calls with Facetime.

I resetted the SMC and the PRAM, dug up my Hardware Test DVD with the original OS X Tiger (I'm on Snow Leopard now) and gave a rapid and a full test.

My computer seems fine.

Since I got charged lots for repairs, with almost no warrant that isn't a logic board issue, I ask to you friends:

Is there a way to troubleshoot who has died between the iSight and the logic board?

Which part should I replace?

UPDATE: A clean install of OS X 10.4 showed me that there's no software issue. It's all in the hardware. However, the "USB Hi-Speed" seems to be the external ports, and there's an empty "USB BUS". Is that where the iSight should be? Is there a way to rule out a Logic Board damage?

Apparaat:

MacBook Core Duo

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open

Goedgekeurd antwoord:

+84385

Bewerkt door: Stefano Gigante ,

Titel:

iSight does't show in system profiler: what to replace?

Tekst:

Hi!
I've got a Macbook Core Duo, last serial number letters RVMN. This morning I tried using Facetime, and the iSight wasn't recognized. It doesn't even appear in the System Profiler: the USB Hi-Speed bus where it used to be connected seems sadly empty, the green light doesn't shine in my bezel anymore.
Without opening the machine, a Genius I called upon told me it could be the iSight or the Logic Board. It occurs to me that my laptop only froze up yesterday, when I tried to test my new extrnal DVD with handbrake, but nothing capital. My laptop seems in perfect working order, and yesterday, as I told, I was placing calls with Facetime.
I resetted the SMC and the PRAM, dug up my Hardware Test DVD with the original OS X Tiger (I'm on Snow Leopard now) and gave a rapid and a full test.
My computer seems fine.
Since I got charged lots for repairs, with almost no warrant that isn't a logic board issue, I ask to you friends:
Is there a way to troubleshoot who has died between the iSight and the logic board?
Which part should I replace?
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+UPDATE: A clean install of OS X 10.4 showed me that there's no software issue. It's all in the hardware. However, the "USB Hi-Speed" seems to be the external ports, and there's an empty "USB BUS". Is that where the iSight should be? Is there a way to rule out a Logic Board damage?

Apparaat:

MacBook Core Duo

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: Stefano Gigante ,

Titel:

iSight does't show in system profiler: what to replace?

Tekst:

Hi!

I've got a Macbook Core Duo, last serial number letters RVMN. This morning I tried using Facetime, and the iSight wasn't recognized. It doesn't even appear in the System Profiler: the USB Hi-Speed bus where it used to be connected seems sadly empty, the green light doesn't shine in my bezel anymore.

Without opening the machine, a Genius I called upon told me it could be the iSight or the Logic Board. It occurs to me that my laptop only froze up yesterday, when I tried to test my new extrnal DVD with handbrake, but nothing capital. My laptop seems in perfect working order, and yesterday, as I told, I was placing calls with Facetime.

I resetted the SMC and the PRAM, dug up my Hardware Test DVD with the original OS X Tiger (I'm on Snow Leopard now) and gave a rapid and a full test.

My computer seems fine.

Since I got charged lots for repairs, with almost no warrant that isn't a logic board issue, I ask to you friends:

Is there a way to troubleshoot who has died between the iSight and the logic board?

Which part should I replace?

Apparaat:

MacBook Core Duo

Status:

open