Help.... built in isight on macbook

so a few days ago my built in isight was working just fine...NOW nothing, all i get when i try to ichat or go to photo booth is a blank black screen with the little camera icon with a line through it like its turned off. i think thats the problem, my isight got turned off and now i can not figure out how to get it back on for the darn life of me. please help....thank you!!

Welcome to Apple Discussions, aSoldiersPrincess
Try the suggestions in Apple's How to Troubleshoot iSight. The reset suggested there often corrects the problem you report.
EZ Jim
PowerBook 1.67 GHz w/Mac OS X (10.4.11) G5 DP 1.8 w/Mac OS X (10.5.2)  External iSight

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    Thanks for your reply Ralph.
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    Welcome to Discussions, Marianne Bayogos
    Problems like yours, especially those involving known-unreliable (Beta) software, can be difficult to resolve. You need to start by troubleshooting to determine the source of the problem. Then you will KNOW what to fix. You seem like a fairly experienced user, so try any of the following you think might help in any order you like.
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  • Macbook built in iSight problem.

    I am having problems with my built in iSight.
    I've tried to track all the way to see where is failing and I get the following on the Console Log.
    Jun 15 22:53:11 frviana kernel[0]: USBF: 631.251 Built-in iSight[0x2be9b00]: error getting config. err=0xe00002ed
    Jun 15 22:53:12 frviana kernel[0]: USBF: 631.760 [0x2b24f00] The IOUSBFamily is having trouble enumerating a USB device that has been plugged in. It will keep retrying. (Port 2 of hub @ location: 0x3d000000)
    Jun 15 22:53:16 frviana kernel[0]: USBF: 635.601 [0x2b24f00] The IOUSBFamily was not able to enumerate a device.
    It initially appers on the system information as an USB device but after I try to use it for the first time on any application, example: Photobooth I get this error and it disapeer from the system information.
    I am running the following processes:
    Active Memory: 110.25 MB
    Free Memory: 836.90 MB
    Wired Memory: 150.77 MB
    Used Memory: 424.10 MB
    Inactive Memory: 163.09 MB
    Total VM: 7.10 GB
    Number of processes: 53
    ID Process Name User CPU RSIZE VSIZE
    0 kernel_task root 2.30 50.96 MB 1,017.06 MB
    1 launchd root 0.00 516.00 KB 27.66 MB
    23 dynamic_pager root 0.00 168.00 KB 26.61 MB
    27 kextd root 0.00 980.00 KB 27.53 MB
    31 KernelEventAgent root 0.00 628.00 KB 27.18 MB
    32 mDNSResponder root 0.00 1.12 MB 28.38 MB
    33 netinfod root 0.00 564.00 KB 26.91 MB
    34 syslogd root 0.00 420.00 KB 26.63 MB
    36 configd root 0.00 2.20 MB 29.24 MB
    37 coreaudiod root 0.00 1.10 MB 28.64 MB
    38 diskarbitrationd root 0.00 1.04 MB 27.11 MB
    39 memberd root 0.00 652.00 KB 27.64 MB
    40 securityd root 0.00 2.20 MB 28.68 MB
    42 notifyd root 0.00 460.00 KB 27.19 MB
    43 distnoted root 0.00 816.00 KB 27.01 MB
    44 DirectoryService root 0.00 2.46 MB 29.46 MB
    45 blued root 0.00 2.12 MB 37.17 MB
    50 coreservicesd root 0.00 8.96 MB 39.99 MB
    54 update root 0.20 220.00 KB 26.59 MB
    63 WindowServer windowserv 3.60 19.36 MB 339.29 MB
    65 ATSServer frviana 0.00 6.23 MB 146.06 MB
    66 loginwindow frviana 0.00 7.42 MB 351.14 MB /System/Library/CoreServices/loginwindow.app
    76 lookupd root 0.00 1.23 MB 28.50 MB
    87 crashreporterd root 0.00 204.00 KB 26.59 MB
    122 sh root 0.00 616.00 KB 27.06 MB
    123 OSXvnc-server root 0.00 3.04 MB 294.39 MB
    124 dyndnsd root 0.00 7.89 MB 109.98 MB
    128 translated root 0.00 248.00 KB 36.07 MB
    146 nfsiod root 0.00 184.00 KB 28.61 MB
    151 ntpd root 0.00 404.00 KB 27.07 MB
    162 rpc.lockd root 0.00 192.00 KB 26.65 MB
    170 automount root 0.00 1.11 MB 29.00 MB
    175 mds root 0.00 3.88 MB 42.33 MB
    180 automount root 0.00 1.07 MB 28.71 MB
    185 mdimport nobody 0.00 2.38 MB 38.59 MB
    189 httpd root 0.00 1.44 MB 28.15 MB
    190 httpd www 0.00 408.00 KB 27.72 MB
    191 pbs frviana 0.00 2.05 MB 54.16 MB
    197 Dock frviana 0.00 4.32 MB 348.64 MB /System/Library/CoreServices/Dock.app
    198 SystemUIServer frviana 0.00 7.82 MB 347.52 MB /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemUIServer.app
    200 Finder frviana 0.00 15.09 MB 362.47 MB /System/Library/CoreServices/Finder.app
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    204 Microsoft AU Daemon frviana 0.00 8.72 MB 400.53 MB
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    206 iCalAlarmScheduler frviana 0.00 3.61 MB 330.61 MB
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    230 cupsd root 0.00 1.63 MB 27.85 MB
    232 Activity Monitor frviana 10.70 12.18 MB 435.16 MB /Applications/Utilities/Activity Monitor.app
    233 pmTool root 0.80 1.17 MB 36.45 MB
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