INSTALLING BOOTCAMP ISIGHT DRIVER
Thanks for your reply and please feel free to expound on it. So when I tried to reconnect it, I got the message. This is not a boot camp partition, but perhaps it still needs the drivers disk. Well try to reinstall the driver in Windows 7 then. Please type your message and try again. This version of bootcamp is not intended for this computer model However, in the folder E:
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Installing the driver might avert a problem in the future – but I cannot figure out how to install the drivers without installing Boot Camp – which I do not want to do.
You will see the drives and the camera. And I have had some crashes of the OS, so maybe the driver was not installed and that was what was causing the crashes the message I reported seems to indicate that the camera can work without the driver, but crashes could occur. Yes, my password is: Does the iSight camera work with them?
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I tried using the bootcamp drivers.
installijg It’s an external iSight. So I guess my questions are where do I find that and is there a way to tell if it has already been installed? Do you know where to get the external driver? This worked ok except that now my isight didn’t work.
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Your name or email address: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Go to original post. So when I tried to reconnect it, I got the message. Just install the drivers you need, and no unnecessary clutter.
While reconnecting it, it said I had to install the Boot Camp driver disk, but couldn’t tell me if I had already done that and had no link to any help content or web page to tell me how to do imstalling.
Can I use my iMac’s iSight camera in Windows?
Is there a way to tell? So I was about to call tech support but then I found the answer on another forum.
Do you already have an account? If so, you can safely ignore the message. Do you have Windows Live Messenger or Skype installed in the vm?
Ah, there’s the rub. Windows will report the camera has connected again.
This is actually indicated in ricbax’ answer frombut I’m adding it here anyway since it doesn’t match Apple’s instructions, dated Oct 17,which I tried to follow. No, create an account now. The wizard automatically selects and installs the bit or bit drivers based on your Operating System.
Discussion in ‘ Parallels Desktop for Mac ‘ started by patrickmastSep 29, I have been wondering the same thing.