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If you are able to hear audio with a music CD or any other application, then you must un-install the software for the camera, reboot and then reinstall.
If you are unable to hear any sound, then your audio driver may have been knocked out by the camera installation. To reinstall, go to manufacturer of computer's website, click on support, enter model number and choose operating system. The page that follows will allow you to download, free, the audio driver. Restart the computer and see if this helps.
are you on a desktop or laptop? if on a desktop sometimes there are multiple places to plug in your mic, make sure you have not only plugged it in the right port, AND checked to see how high your mic sensitivity is on the software side.
on skype, click TOOLS, OPTIONS, Audio settings and talk, if you see the green power meter lighting up then make sure to slide the sensitivity up, or check and uncheck the auto feature, depending on where you had it try this and see what you get. Also turn donw your speakers as if your speakers are getting a feedback loop or are hearing the other people talk louder than it can hear you then it wont work either.
i assume your talking about a webcam chat... make sure both the audio and video are plugged fully into both computers... other than that we are going to need a hardware and software description of your problem to help any further. Thanks keep me posted
If the people you are talking to have speakers they hear youand you will get feed back of your voice. Have them turn down the speakerlevel or better yet use a headset and this will no longer be a problem. Hope this helps. Bud
First of all you have to check if its on. If it was you would've been hearing your voice but if you have VISTA then right click on the speaker thing and it will show all these things you're going to have to go to the Microphone settings and change it to be LIFECAM VX 1000 so you could talk into the camera (You change the settings) Thats what i think is wrong,
Alright, so we know you have sound on your computer because you can hear them when they talk to you. We also know that there is an issue with the microphone side of things because when you record something you hear nothing.
Please go to Control Panel/Sounds & Audio Devices/Audio Tab.
Tell me if what you have under Default Device and Sound Recording Device are the same or if they're different. They should be the same. Let me know the results.