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Landlord's computer should be the lack of the corresponding decoder, the sound but can not decode the existing decoder can decode only the video file in the video picture. Installed the STORM or the QQ video player software can. If the landlord did not want to install the a such player software, and just windows media player comes with the system, the perfect decoding can download or a named codecs Codec Pack (good), you can solve the problem of the landlord!
Hook a spare monitor to the video output usually on the back, if picture okay! the problem is the laptop screen caused by a inverter board, "located just under the LCD display, or the backlight behind the LCD screen. But if both show the same symptom it is the video graphics card that is defective normally built into the motherboard.
Your internet connection, or theirs, might be too slow to handle two webcam feeds along with the audio.
Make sure your laptop is plugged in, as running on battery with a high CPU load can slow down your laptop.
I suggest you make sure you have the latest version of Skype as you it can diagnose problems as they happen.
You should be able to see it and troubleshoot any problems. As long as you just got the Eee, it should have the camera driver preinstalled. Just go to start>control panel>hardware and sounds>scanners and camera, and you should be able to see and troubleshoot your camera there. If you still have any problems after that let me know..
The performance of Skype is affected by the bandwidth available from your ISP. The video image your are sending and receiving occupy a large part of the information transmitted over the Internet, therefore make sure the video image setting is at a resolution of 320X240 (e-mail size) and if this is still affecting the audio quality to the other person (ie. the voice breaks up) and the video image then switch the video camera off and if sound and video image from the other party is also affecting you, then also get them to switch off their video camera.
Also check the Video and Microphone settings in Skype - Tools - Options etc. Check the correct video camera and microphone has been selected.
you should be able to use the internal mic, there should be some type of audio/video setup in sype program. If not then you shoud goto control panel, sound, then click recording tab @ top and check to make sure your internal mic is set to default and that it is operating properly