To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. MacBook Pro with Retina display, Windows 7. Posted on Feb 17, AM. If so then I believe normally this driver should be installed as part of the Apple Boot Camp driver pack. Note: The original built-in camera was referred to as an iSight camera but was then referred to as a 'FaceTime' camera and is now referred to as a 'FaceTime HD' camera.
Can I use my iMac's iSight camera in Windows?
However I would check and make sure you have the current Boot Camp drivers from Apple installed first. As part of this it should also have installed Apple Software Update in to your Windows so it can check for updates.
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Feb 19, AM in response to kishanfrombangalore In response to kishanfrombangalore. Most Mac laptops have built-in iSight or FaceTime cameras. There is an older Firewire iSight that was used with older Macs and Minis.
Check under Device Manager and look for FaceTime camera, if you are using the built-in camera. Here is an example. Feb 19, AM. Communities Contact Support.
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I use a Mac mini for Boot Camp so it does not have such a camera and hence I cannot check this. View answer in context.
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Feb 17, AM in response to kishanfrombangalore In response to kishanfrombangalore If you are referring to the built-in camera on a MacBook Pro then this implies you are running Windows via Boot Camp. Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. User profile for user: Loner T Loner T. Windows Software Speciality level out of ten: 1.
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