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This sounds like a webcam fps (frames per second) issue. It can be caused by several factors from browser cache, to Internet connection, to power. Try this FPS test site. It describes the factors which influence webcam fps, provides recommendations on how to get the best performance, and has a free method to test your webcam fps. Best of luck!
If you are happy with it running on a different OS try running it in Compatibility Mode Right click on the desktop camera icon Select 'Properties' Select 'Compatibility' tab Check the CM mode box and select the OS from the dropdown box Click 'Apply' & 'OK'
Sounds like your CPU may be overloaded. A simple way to check is to do a CTRL-ALT-DEL and look at the performance. See if any application is hogging your resources and, if so, you can change some of the settings to be more friendly to your system.
What are the specs of the computer you're using? Skype need a pretty good computer and a good bit of memory RAM to operate on a computer really well. Older computers just won't run Skype well.
If the image quality is poor while transmitting video over the Internet
using video enabled programs such as MSN Messenger, Yahoo! or AOL
Instant Messenger, your connection speed to the Internet directly
affects the image quality of the transmitted video. Corporate LAN,
DSL/cable modem connections will result in the best image quality
experience, while dial-up connections may result in choppy and overall
poor quality because of the slower connection speed. Even broadband
connections such as DSL/cable modem may experience choppy video at
times because of Internet traffic or slow upload speeds. If the image
appears clearly in the camera software, most likely your Internet
connection may be responsible for the poor image quality in your video