I play Electronic Arts' Battlefield 2142, and use Teamspeak Overlay Beta 2 (freeware). It won't show up on-screen during the game on my Vista Ultimate 64-bit operating system. I have tried running it in compatibility mode for XP, and still: nothing. I've found nothing on the internet, although there are several who say that they have a 64-bit version of Vista running, and in BF2142 Teamspeak shows up just fine. I've tried everything. Anybody out there a 2142 player who has a solution for this? Our clan is Teamspeak only, and I have to be able to talk to my buddies when I play. =)
Look at TeamSpeak overlay with PlayClaw.
The main task of PlayClaw is to record game video but it have ability to show Teamspeak & Ventrilo overlays.
Works fine with Vista/W7, but only one restriction - voip client must be 32 native (not 64) app. Windows may be in any bits: 32 or 64
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Ensure that you have the correct user name and password. If you forget your username have oovoo send your the credentials using the "the forgot password". If that does not work not create a new account and just add your friends and family on the new account.
Try all these...1. Use a anti-malware program likeMalwarebytes to check your computer for malware. 2. DownloadCCleanerand try cleaning your system with it. 3. If the above solutins don't work, then try re-installing firefox.
If you installed IE9 beta over IE8 you can roll back to IE8 from Add or remove programs in control pannel. Is better to choose a stable version of any program, not Beta because beta is in teste mode and is not certified that is working with any software and addons.
You have the latest version of Google Chrome - but it is still in BETA. I'm using the same version on Windows Vista Home Premium and I haven't seen the same problem. My advice would be to use a different browser such as Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer until Google Chrome is past the BETA stage gate.
You should also check that all your Windows updates are current.