You may be able to use some of the drivers from boot camp to get iSight working in XP in Virtual Box, but it sounds like what is needed is the support from the VirtualBox devs; they need to make changes to the guest editions Virtual Box Thread. I’m using VBox 2. Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help, and unmark the answers if they provide no help. If I add a second filter in Virtualbox, for the iSight camera specifically, and check the boxes next to both that and the blank filter, it loads the camera into Windows XP but puts an exclamation point next to it in the Device Manager. I still use VBox, but mostly for trying out different Linux distro’s now. I have installed the software for the cam, but Windows doesn’t even detect the USB device. Due to the fact that the camera is detected at boot time and directly locked by OSX, you cannot unplug it and replug it after having started the VM, which leads to this kind of issue.
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May someone of you already had a similar issue or so? In the description it says that you need to use it before every use of FaceTime. But I could be wrong and hopefully someone gives you the magic answer for this, but I wouldn’t hold my breath.
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The Device stopped displaying the yellow bubble with the question mark, but the device doesn’t work. Is the camera seen in Windows 10 at all?
I have the option to create a new filter for this device also. I see a third one At this point the Windows becomes so slow it is virtually impossible to use. You may be able to use some of the drivers from boot camp to get iSight working in XP in Virtual Box, but it sounds like what is needed is the support from the VirtualBox devs; they need to make changes to the guest editions Virtual Box Thread.
Enjoy both VirtualBox and FaceTime. Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. I have installed the driver found in this postbut no luck.
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I can’t figure out a way to uninstall the driver. Windows is installing the webcam driver. There are actually two devices listed like this one is Apple Built-in iSight and the other is either Built-in iSight or Unknown VGA Device, depending on the machine’s mood Once the virtual machine is actually running and is capturing the iSight camera via the method in the paragraph above, if I minimize the virtual machine window and return to the virtual machine’s settings in Virtualbox, a second iSight device appears in the list of USB devices.
The dedicated IRC chat service or virtualbox forum may be able to give you specific answers. Any isihht on getting this working would be great. Don’t forget to upgrade your guest additions!
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Attach it to your response see the “Upload attachment” tab below the reply form. How can I use my iSight camera in VirtualBox? Nov 20, 7: First I thought its about my Sierra Update JohnnyVegas 2, 1 8 Is there any workaround to solve this?
VirtualBox: using macbook iSight or FaceTime HD Camera [SOLVED]
I’m not sure what happend, but iSight is working along with VirtualBox is installed. I will test this out virtulabox the weekend and try to update this status until monday. Users browsing this forum: Hyperbox – Virtual Infrastructure Manager – https: