Question about Logitech Quickcam Chat Webcam
When you are in a call, find the little down arrow beside the call time near the bottom of the call window. Choose Sound Settings...
Find the green volume indicator under Microphone and make some noise. If it lights up and moves, your mic is working fine. Adjust the volume of the microphone by dragging the speaker slider left or right.
If the indicator doesn't move or light up, try choosing another device from the Speakers dropdown list. If you still can't make yourself heard, repeat this for all the devices.
If this doesn't help, reinstall your audio (sond card) driver software.
Best o luck
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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