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you dont indicate if what internet connection are you using, maybe your internet connection is coming from another computer through residential gateways that your connection has been firewalled, thats why everytime you entered to a chatroom you are disconnected..
or if your using a direct connection maybe you dont enter a right verification code cause before you enter to such yahoo messenger rooms there is a verification request to be filled up, for spam use
Most chatrooms are actually text-only chat. It saves resources. If you know there's supposed to be voice available and you have a recommended chat program (try searching MaximumPC.com for chat program notes) then maybe it's curable. The program isn't in the OS? Perhaps you're striving to remove Yahoo stuff? It takes a few bullets, doesn't it? Just remove it like malware with Malwarebytes or AVG32 or Anvir tools, and/or the program's uninstall tool so the Yahoo Robin Hood (and Friar Tuck, who restarts Robin's KO'd self) gets supressed, not being you know, a real force for good.
Tell ya what; double-check your audio mixer settings to make sure nothing is muted, get those bogus programs out of there, and your speakers on or whatever, working with Peggle demos etc. Then mention your particular program instead of the eMachines thing. That is, re-post in a forum for your chat program as well as clarifying here what's gone wrong.