Hi everyone, I have a Late 2008 15-inch Unibody MacBook Pro, 4GB RAM and 2.53 GHz CPU. In the past week, my built-in iSight has failed very often during Skype video calls. More specifically, let's say I'm in a video call and I'm showing my webcam to the other person. It works for many minutes, and then I pause the call. As soon as I pause it, I get a message saying something like "no video camera detected, make sure it's plugged in", and from then on my system acts as if there were no iSight installed even if I un-pause the call. If I then go to any other application that makes use of iSight, like Photo Booth for example, it says that there is no camera installed on the system, with a crossed-out camera icon and a black screen in place of the video. If I go to System Profiler, the camera shows up perfectly fine under USB. If I reboot the system, everything returns to normal, the camera works again. However, the problem re-appears very soon, after a few minutes of Skype-ing. It happens almost every time exactly as I pause a video call, however, it has also happened a couple of times when I didn't pause it. I'm running Snow Leopard by the way, the latest 10.6.3 version. I would like to ask whether anyone knows about such a problem, and whether you can propose a solution. If not, I would like to ask whether there is a Terminal command that would restart the camera hardware or driver or something, so that I don't have to reboot 5 times a day.