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I'd like to find out what to do in order to play either an a/v file from my xp-pc or win-laptop -or- live a/v through a mix &/or a/v card through my MagicJack to a call.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Courtesy of the MagicJack website, try these steps located here to resolve the problem:
Its the first message that is closest to the top of the page that gives you the instructions.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
After 2 days of frustration I was able to solve this by the following:
1. Click Start
2. right click my computer and select properties
3. select hardware then Device Manger
4. click + DVD/CD-ROM Drives
5. right click Tiger Jet CD-ROM USB Drive then Uninstall
6. unplug Magic Jack wait 15 secs
7. Plug back in and let device re-install, MJ may start here, if not...
8. Click Magic Jack Icon, program should start
I have to do this everytime I unplug or restart my computer. I don't know exactly why it hangs like this but this procedure works for me everytime. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
I just bought a new computer, a mac, and bought the magic jack hoping to have a reliable home phone family and friends could call me on. But ever since I hooked it up(which was easy to do) my calls cut in and out every call I made-over and over again. Every call. Not just here and there. Anyways, I was reading other people's complaints and it seems that a lot of other people are experiencing this as well. I have Verizon DSL at the midgrade speed-something like 3.0 mps. Fast enough for MagicJack. What I was doing was running the supplied router that came with the Verizon package which included a built-in wireless router to run my computer with without the cables(of course). So I did a lot of research, didn't even call customer support, and someone out there gave me the solution I needed without calling. That person suggested that I not use the wireless and hardwire it instead using an ethernet cable. Granted, this does have its drawbacks, but ever since I did that every call has been perfect. So, some of you may be able to get away with cheap home phone service with reliability just by using the ethernet cable instead of the wireless router. Heck, if its close enough, keep a spare ethernet cable close by, unplugged from your computer(still using the wireless) and when a call does come, quickly hook in the ethernet cable for a near perfect call with no cutting in and out problems. This is a solution that worked for me and maybe for some of you out there too. Good luck.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
I've had this problem before as well. You need to download the right driver, ie. Vista 32/64 bit, XP, Windows 7, etc. You should be able to go to Sony.com and look up the right driver if you can find your model number. If you have any problems, repost and i can try to help some more.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
Nothing wrong with your USB ports. MagicJack has changed your audio and driver settings so it can use the sound system for phone calls. The changes exist whether the Jack device in plugged in or not.
You can confirm the problem by uninstalling MagicJack and reinstalling your sound drivers. Should fix the problem.
You'll probably need to contact the maker of the MagicJack device for a workaround. Might be something specific to your laptop/operating system.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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