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This sounds like a USB issue. Not all USB ports on laptops are created equal (they should be but they are not) some usb ports supply enough voltage and current to run usb items properly and some dont. It is always better to run direct from the computer / laptops ports .
If you cant do this then use a HUB but make sure the HUB HAS IT"S OWN POWER SUPPLY !
Also make sure you always use the same port and swapping them around does not always work for all hardware.
Well i did try this once well im not sure if its going to work because there is a possibility that we dont have the same webcam well this is what i did twist the lens right or left that should clarify the view of your webcam
first of, install the driver camed with your webcam to your computer to be able to recognize it and to be use for internet messaging or in msn. after the installation, reboot the computer and it should work for your internet conversation after that. hope that helps
How much memory do you have installed in your
computer? It may need to be, increased, as this is likely to be the cause
of your computer freezing, rebooting, times out, or shutting down.
Hope this is of some help. Bud
It may be that this person is "messing around" with you, or their speakers are rigged, from my experince, it sounds like your headset is perfectly fine, or your headset microphone switch was toggled on "Off" Msn is just a instant messaging chat, shouldn't have anything to do with your headset.