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Nikkai VoIP funky internet phone - software problem?

I also have a problem with Nikkai Funky USB VoIP Internet Phone. After installing i get this comunicate : List Index out of bounds (1). And it comes with houndreds of small windows which keep appearing on my screen until i press Ctrl+Alt+Del and end program. No idea what is wrong. Please help.
I have windows Vista, not Xp.
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  • Anonymous Nov 23, 2008

    I have the same problem with a US Robotics USB Internet Phone.

  • neil-2 Jan 08, 2009

    Same problem with a U.S. Robotics phone. No ideas what to do.



    I successfully installed the same phone on two other computers (desktop).



    The problem occurred on a laptop.

  • Anonymous Mar 08, 2009

    Im not sure where to check for sounds speaker etc, ive looked in options on skype and computer and it doesnt give me the option? I have the us robotics skype phone and when plugged in it doesnt work and comes up with an error message index out of bounds 1

  • Anonymous May 04, 2009

    This work around does not fix the problem.
    errors keep on comming, even when all sound setting are set back to computer default devices.

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I installed a U.S. Robotics VoIP phone on a Vista Laptop and had exactly the same problem.

The reason why it happens is because a VoIP phone contains a microphone and speaker. Windows Vista/XP senses the microphone and speaker as two seperate entities. It then sets them both as the default microphone and speaker. You won't notice this being done until you get the 'Index out of bounds (1)' error.

Simply go to the control panel, and look for the sound/speaker/audio device option, then the sound and audio devices, click on the audio tab and make sure the 'sound playback' and 'sound recording' default devices are that of the laptop/pc and not of the VoIP phone.

Hopefully that should solve the problem.

Dan

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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    scott_bootma Oct 08, 2012

    I have the exact same problem and the solution above does not help....any more ideas?

  • scott_bootma
    scott_bootma Oct 08, 2012

    I have the same problem and the solution above does not help....any more ideas????

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