Okay, first off: I'm running Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.8 on a Macbook Pro (2GB Proc; 2GB RAM). No viruses or ill OS elements to speak off. Now, I've been trying to run videochatting in iChat and have been simply unable to connect to anyone. When I double-click to open the program in Applications, this is what I get: The program just hangs at this screen where it tells me "connecting" until either a message opens stating "Connection has been lost", or I manually switch my status to "available" using the little dropdown menu under my screen name: I assumes the words "connecting" are eventually supposed to automatically switch to say something like "connected" or "available", but it never does that. Plus, no one I know with iChat can detect my availability for video chatting -- only that I'm online in iChat. And of course, my end is even worse because I'm not able to detect that I'm either online or that other people can see me online -- I just continue to see the blank spaces in the Buddy List no matter how many times I try to add people, along with the words "connecting" (or "Available" if I did the manual switch thing). So, what the deal? Anyone?