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I have vista and im trying to run Teamspeak the program starts and runs fine but when i press push to talk there is no sound also i have turned off UAC so dont need admin rights to run program any ideas

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  • thetrooper44 Jan 12, 2009

    Yes i can hear people but cannot talk i am quite good with finding way round computers bu this one go me baffled lol

  • thetrooper44 Jan 13, 2009

    Its ok Guys i have cured it..it was driver issue for mainboard was only xp compatible but now i got right driver thanks for trying to help

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Check its setup right for your sound card and the push to talk is set to the button you want, ive had this problem and it was just the settings in the program. can you hear ppl ok?

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