I have a quickcam chat attached to a hp pavilion The connection for the camera to be plugged into the back of computer are 1 is pink and the other is lime green the same colour as the feed for the monitor and the computer has no other green plug in I have tried different plug-ins but none seem to work always static on the other end any help
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Re: Voice is Static on Receiving end
If you are using your speakers and not a headphone to hear the other person it will give you or them feedback. I recommend that both parties use headphones and it will be more enjoyable and you wont have the feedback. Hope this helps. Bud
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You can't go wrong with the cables of the Pavillion Desktop.
Follow the steps shown in attached poster
Look for the color at the end of mouse, keyboard and insert in corresponding ports. Remember to align the pins correctly and insert with minimum pressure.
Google just release a new chat functionality for Gmail, this is a new video and voice chat plug-in that will let us to see and hear our family, friends and contacts from within Gmail with a high quality audio and video.
To start using this new functionality you just only need to download and install the new Gmail voice and video chat plug-in and a webcam.
The voice and video chat plug-in for Gmail is free and only works with the newer version of Gmail in supports Browsers FF 2.0+, IE 6.0+, Safari 3.0+, and Google Chrome.
BTW, the video and voice plug-in only can be installed on Windows XP or later.
For more information and Download the Plug-in please visit the Gmail voice and video chat page.
Click on "Voice and video chat" It's free and installs in seconds System requirements: · Windows XP or later · Intel Mac OS X 10.4 or later
It's free and installs in seconds System requirements: · Windows XP or later · Intel Mac OS X 10.4 or later · Chat more ways than ever from within Gmail · Look and sound your best with high quality audio and video · Get started easily -- all you need is a webcam Hope this helps. Bud
Download the voice and video chat plug-in, quit all open browser windows, and install the plug-in.
Sign in to Gmail, iGoogle or orkut.
In your chat list, select the contact you want to call. If they have
a camera icon next to their name, you can make a voice or video call to
them; just click the camera icon to place a video call or the phone icon to place a voice call.
If your friend doesn't have a camera next to their name in your chat
list, you can invite them to download the voice and video chat plug-in
from the Video & more menu in a chat window. Even if your friend
doesn't have a video camera, you can still have a voice chat or a 1-way
Hi Start skype. Choose the menu calls then sound settings, select the device through which to speak: web camera, if you are using a built-in microphone or any other bluetooth headset if you are using or external microphone
to download the Camera Diagnostic Tool and run it to check out your camera and/or problem.
Be sure the camera is plugged into the USB port before running the program.
As you run the program, write down the info about the camera so you will know what model and who manufactured the camera you have attached so you can get the proper software drivers for it. Hope this helps. Bud
You should have a cable that plugs into the camera and ends in a flat USB type A plug.
Install the software - then connect the camera - the HP should now recognise that there is something new connected. The software should now take you the rest of the way.
After you install Skype and have it operational with your
ID. Go to "TOOLS", click on "OPTIONS," Then go to
"Audio Settings" and click on it. Make sure both the Microphone and
Speaker's are correctly chosen.Then
"make a free test call." Wait till the voice tells you to
record. Then when finished talking wait for the test persons voice to
insure your audio transmission is working. Then go back to options and
test your video settings. Click on Video Settings and proceed to set up
you video camera. Also, you can visit this site for additional
information to setup video.
Hope this helps. Bud