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Hello my friend, i had encounter same problem as you have when i on one of my client's computer. You can reinstall the driver of your sound card. When you installed the program driver of your cam the sound card is affected due to some factor either the sound card is currupted. So my solution are the following:
1. Go to my computer icon then right click it the click properties. Then go to Tab name Hardware then click device manger then check if the sound driver is not installed or it is being corrupt. Then proceed to the reinstallation of your sound card driver. But if the sound card driver is installed then reinstall you windows media player. If you don't have installer then try this link: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/10/default.aspx
2. Donwload Windows media player codec and update the codec of your Windows Media Player. try this link: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=06fcaab7-dcc9-466b-b0c4-04db144bb601&displaylang=en
Hope this help fix your problem. If you need more help just contact me or reply to this post.
You will probably need to reconfigure whatever software you are using for the video call to pull audio from the Onboard Mic from the Cam. If it is not configured to pull the audio from that Mic on the Cam, it may be looking for audio somewhere else. This is sadly an issue with a lot of Video Chat software applications.
Alright, so we know you have sound on your computer because you can hear them when they talk to you. We also know that there is an issue with the microphone side of things because when you record something you hear nothing.
Please go to Control Panel/Sounds & Audio Devices/Audio Tab.
Tell me if what you have under Default Device and Sound Recording Device are the same or if they're different. They should be the same. Let me know the results.
You must go into the Tools Option where you sign in on MSN Messenger and change the microphone/speaker settings there. It is at the top of the window where you can see your status and all your contacts listed...the window that comes up upon "Sign In".
These override any settings you may have changed in the control panel.
got the same -- horrible noise coming out of the speakers. I connect XP to XP, with skype on both sides. One of the sides seems fine, but the other one (which is mine), gets this noise every minute can anyone tell me why it is so?