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The T2 chip is involved in running the camera and microphone to a major extent such that the old way to troubleshoot this need an update. First, consider powering everything off and then disconnecting from power for 15 to 30 seconds to let the SMC and T2 do a complete cold boot. Portables have a more involved SMC reset but Mac Pro and iMac Pro are easy to ...


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This is a hardware issue - the most likely of which is that the camera has failed. The error message, "There is no connected camera" means that macOS cannot see it physically. You can confirm this by looking at your System Report (from About This Mac) under both headings Camera and USB. If you don't see anything there, the camera has failed. You've ...


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The damage is already done by whatever adhesive was applied. Apple only recommends one solvent, pure water, so I would use a plastic spudger to gently dislodge the slide and then clean as best you can with water. If you need a solvent, flip the screen upside down so any solvent drips over the normal top, now bottom onto the aluminum as opposed to dripping ...


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