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Subject:   RE: iSight Drivers? -- offer for help and question
Date:   2003-06-30 14:55:38
From:   anonymous2
Response to: RE: iSight Drivers? -- offer for help and question

Scott, Check out this site - it has the pin outs for the 4 and 6 pin connectors - pins 1 and 2 are power and ground. IIRC, the shield is also tied to ground.


http://www.fwdepot.com/wcable.html


You should be able to mod a cable and put a connector on the wires for pins 1 and 2 and hook up to an external supply. No reason it should not work.


Warren


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