Fix for There Is No Connected Camera FaceTime Error In Mac OS X El Capitan

31 Responses

  1. saami says:

    no matching processes were found

  2. Andy says:

    Thanks, this worked perfect running 10.11.6!

  3. Lorel Janiszewski says:

    Thanks! Worked for me running 10.10.5 on Dec. 14, 2016.

  4. Marvin says:

    Im getting no No matching processes were found…

  5. Komang says:

    it’s the same thing happening to my Mac, do you get the solution till now ?

  6. Sue says:

    Brilliant! Saved me rebooting everything. I’ve had this problem a number of times when starting a video meeting and for some reason the camera won’t work. Seems to be when I’ve been on Skype then later opened up Zoom.us or another app. I’m going to share this great tip.

  7. Aldo says:

    Thank you so much it worked like a charm
    MBP 2009 with El capitan v.10.11.6
    I had boom 2 (sound enhancer, amplifier software) installed and I think it was causing the problem. so I quitted it and opened the terminal and typed what you said “sudo killall VDCAssistant”
    Thank you bud

  8. Knackered UK says:

    Sierra not El Capitan !!

  9. Liz Bonney says:

    Thanks so much it worked straight away !

  10. Vicky H says:

    wouldn’t let me type password in, looked like tiny lock beside password

  11. Jesse Brown says:

    This has worked quickly and easily for me twice now. Thanks.

  12. Halina Kobryn says:

    Brilliant, worked in 10.12.4, five second fix 🙂

  13. Fred Blog says:

    My fix….. earlier in thread somewhere…. works great for me & my iMac

  14. Gatornator says:

    100% confirm this worked for me.
    running macOS: Sierra version 10.12.4
    on a 13-inch Late 2012 Macbook Pro

  15. Vicky H says:

    command not found

  16. Elzoe says:

    Not working for me, the part with password is frozen and not accepting anything

  17. Gaha says:

    I need a password help please!

  18. Sarah says:

    If you are getting an error saying no matching processes found, you have probably missed the “sudo” at the start (I missed that the first time too).

    Formatting is a little unclear above, you need to type “sudo killall VDCAssistant”

  19. Kenneth Harris says:

    This is not working for me. All I get is “No matching processes were found”. Can someone come up with any other suggestions? I am using the complete command including sudo. Thanks!!!

  20. Daz Ryder says:

    This didn’t work first time (when I was also asked for my password), but when I ran it again (my password was not required this time) the camera came back to life… many thanks as this saved me from having to reboot again!…

  21. James Bowery says:

    Didn’t work on Sierra 10.12.6

  22. Awesome! Thanks for the tip!

  23. Brian says:

    MAC OS High Sierra Version 10.13.2 …… None of these ideas work. ridiculous

  24. Desirée Banugo says:

    Worked for me. Thanks – Running Yosemite 10.10.5

  25. Anon says:

    great job. worked great

  26. salad says:

    YASSS TYSM <3

  27. Kudakwashe Poni says:

    i really dont know what to do….its 2 months now and i have been trying everyday….it keeps on saying no processes found.Please help am so desperate ….its Mackbook Air…OX Yosemite

  28. anon says:

    This just worked for me thank you!! I remember hitting “yes” to something with wording about a camera ages ago and haven’t been able to use it since. Thank you!!

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