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You shouldn't have a virtual ip number unless you're using a VPN to connect to the net. Check your firewalls, router, anti-virus and make sure the port yahoo msg uses isn't blocked. Yahoo messenger support site should tell you what the port address is that needs to be opened to use it. TYpically they are not blocked but a firewall or other, like router or anti-virus may be configured to block the port,.
Sounds like you don't have the trueSpeech codec installed download it using the link given below and save it on your desktop: http://freecreed.com/downloads/vista/VistaVoiceFix.exe right click on the downloaded VistavoiceFix.exe file and select Run as administrator and install it. Reboot your computer to complete the installation. Start messenger and go to chat room and try to do a voice chat..Should work fine..
tell me if that works.
This issue is related to some software conflict - Uninstall the program, Run some registry cleaner An install the program again Avoid to use some similar programs in the same computer (like msn messenger and yahoo)
You need a special version for Vista if it's not what you tried to install already. It can be found here:
Vista also pops up annoying prompts to confirm every system change, which may cause problems. This is caused by User Access Control, and I can walk you through temporarily disabling it if you can't get the above version installed straight away.