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Re: laptop disturbed webcam's audio
Because you have two mikes picking up the feedback.
Go to Control Panel and Click on Device Manager. Then go down to Imaging Devices and click on the + and right click and then click on DISABLE. Then click OK Or you could disable the Laptop Microphone but its more complicated to achieve.
Hope this helps. Bud
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It sounds like there is power interference on the audio wire. To be sure try plugging in a headset mic and see if audio noise goes away. That will isolate it to your webcam, and if the wire in it has interference you'll probably have to get a new one as the cost of repair would exceed the cost of a new webcam. You can try the free webcam test tool to try different mic combinations and see how the audio sounds.
The problem was being caused by the wireless USB adaptor. When I disconnected the adaptor the webcam picture came good. I plugged the adaptor into a different USB port on the machine and no interference. I don't have any explanation for why on one USB port I get the interference and on another I don't get any interference. I am happy to live with it like it is if it works.
If the people you are talking to have speakers they hear you
and you will get feed back of your voice. Have them turn down the speaker
level or better yet use a headset and this will no longer be a problem.
Hope this helps. Bud
do a cam/mic test in the audio/video settings in the tools tab in yahoo/msn. Then you need to minimise the yahoo/msn screen and right click on the cam icon in the taskbar and check that the mic and cam are enabled and that it is set to allow other programes to take control of this device