I checked Control Panel many times and every time, it says that my microphone array is working fine (even the set up in Skype), but it is still dead. That's a pet peeve of mine, too, and I'm doing something about it. Have each side run the audio and video wizard. Leo March 15, 2004 1:16 PM What happens when you try? Check This Out
Although, I don't think SuperCam is working, but I haven't spent much time looking into it. -Microphone and speakers work great in all other applications that I've tried them in. On that website it talks about downloading Sun Java, which I did in January to get into the old version of yahoo chat. If you disable Outpost as a test, does the chat than work? Device Manager on Logitech Microphone (Messenger) on properties: "This device can't start (Code 10)" What can I do?
anonymous June 26, 2004 10:09 AM In the Messenger bug list, MS recommends to disable the Query of Service Packet Scheduler in the properties of your Network Connection. This of course makes communication intermittent, difficult and very frustrating. The bloody "Alternate Mic" become set. Thanks Leo August 6, 2004 9:43 AM Did you read the article that your comment was posted on?
plz I need help... I was struggling with this all da! one answer at a time. Thanx Leo August 2, 2004 10:09 AM I'd get a real microphone.
Dino February 23, 2005 5:17 AM I too have disconeted my router and have the same audio problems, However at random it somtimes can connect, and there is one person I I call it trial and error learning. I then got a new PC and put MSMMG 6.1 on it and it is stilll the case. http://bigblueball.com/discuss/topic/yahoo-messenger-voice-chat-doesnt-work/ nippauls Reply With Quote 23 Jun 2006,06:45 #9 FirePost View Profile View Forum Posts Administrator Join Date May 2005 Posts 2,999 Re: MSN Messenger Voice Chat not working through firewall This
When that computer then communicates across the internet that Network Address gets Translated to a real, publicly visible internet address. Regards julia January 19, 2004 11:40 AM I have the same netgear, updated windows xp, zonealarm...and the same MSN problems. please respond soon. Hazel Stuart February 1, 2006 8:51 AM I have been having a audio conversation with this person for years.
you don't have your Mix properly installed and/or recognized. Google Talk, YIM, and in-game like CS). This particular problem is listed as a "Known Issue" on Microsoft's Web Site. The good folks over at … [Read More...] Forum Statistics Registered Users 17,742 Forums 69 Topics 33,349 Replies 140,069 Topic Tags 355 About BigBlueBall Pardon the dust...
I am able to browse the net as well as able to chat. his comment is here Leo January 19, 2004 4:06 PM Nothing really obvious comes to mind. p.s. And in general, the broadband provider actually has nothing to do with this.
Kelly Kilburn January 1, 2006 6:45 PM I am trying to find out if MSN Messanger for a Mac has the video conversation feature, and if not what is another option Thank you to Magaret Ewok June 19, 2004 8:19 AM i have a netgear DG834G, upnp is enabled, its also enabled in xp pro. for the past few days i have not been able to have an audio conversation. this contact form I can hear him very well.
Whenever I tried to use Audio Conversation, after a long wait, it says "the conversation has ended". What should I do? Thanks Sarah!
Doing some research, I discovered that random ports are used to establish an audio connection in MSN Messenger (different random ports at both ends of the connection). I do NOT recommend opening up that entire range in your firewall, because you're openning up yourself to EVERYONE, not just MSN Instant Messenger. I am totally lost as to why the Wizard is connecting to Net2Phone (who is Net2Phone!), and if this is the reason why my Voice chat is not working and is But now comes the crazy part: when I want do a videoconference with MSN Messenger I sometimes have video but never sound if both parties use MSN messenger.
Then I look at the blocked list and see what it is that needs to be enabled and create rules accordingly. As I am new to this firewall if you guys no how to fix this problem could you put your answers in point form please. becomes muted. navigate here Is there anything I can do?
Is this a NAT problem? Thanks for the help? It's too bad, in some ways, because I really like the services they provide. Tech Reviews Tech News Tech How To Best Tech Reviews Tech Buying Advice Laptop Reviews PC Reviews Printer Reviews Smartphone Reviews Tablet Reviews Wearables Reviews Storage Reviews Antivirus Reviews Latest Deals
Thanks a lot. cannot believe how poor vista is. Go back to MSN and see if your sound is fixed. No probs with Yahoo messenger!
After that I recieve the message that may be I am not connecting it into the right place. it tells me my username is invalid, password is incorrect etc. When you go to "options" in both programs and to "the connection page" you can see what kind of connection you have. I have my Xbox 360 hooked up to the internet and I can log into windows live messenger (Msn) and text chat with people but I was wondering if I can
my gf's computer connects to the internet through my computer, using microsoft's connection sharing. Andrew November 28, 2003 4:13 AM how do i set my firewall so that i can use audio on msn. The one fill-in-the-blank that rules them all. justme - Feb 16, 2010 12:45pm GMT In Vista go to Control Panel->Sounds->Recording.
And the same goes for my contact he has the same problem as myself. Unfortunately that means that some communications protocols which try to send the address of computer A behind a NAT router over to computer B somewhere on the internet are destined to It is just plain audio, so I recommend you to change Visualization to Oscilator (Right click, somewhere in context menu shall be Oscilator item, click on it). Ruber Carbonere August 25, 2004 11:10 AM Dear Leo: I think that's not the answer to my problem, for two reasons: One, my messenger's audio is not working only now since
I've checked my mic settings and everything seems fine. What's the problem? UPnP is on on my mashine but i dont think the router suports it.