I would suggest that you go to your control panel. Then open the "Sounds and Audio Devices" (xp classic control panel). Once you've got that open ..by whatever name your OS has it.. Look to see if you have separate Audio and Voice tabs. If so, set your Audio devices to your sound card and set your Voice devices to the CIT200 device.
If you can do that then you shouldn't have any trouble and, if something did get mixed up again, you know where to go and set it right again.
I hope that helps you with this frustrating dilemma. ~Myrddin .end.trans.
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I'm just guessing here but, you'll have better luck if you don't go through a hub. Give the CIT devices direct connections to the computer. Also, some systems have better/faster usb ports on the back of the pc and lesser ones on the front. I think this is no long tru on newer systems. ..You may also want to go through the device manager, delete the CIT and rescan so it'll reinstall it.. maybe better. When you do that, be sure the CIT is connected. ..maybe this'll help your situations. The software needs to have been installed prior to re-installing via the device manager.
This may help .. Open Control Panel and open the Sounds and Audio Devices item. If you have separate Voice and Audio tabs showing, set the Voice for the CIT200 and Audio to your Sound Card. I'm viewing this in win XP. Vista probably differs somewhat. Hope that helps out some.
Adjusting the volume of the caller's voice You can increase or decrease the volume of a caller's voice during a call. There are 5 volume levels for selection. To adjust the volume, during a call: While the phone is off hook (i.e. dial tone can be heard), press Up or Down. The display shows the current volume level. Press Up or Down again to adjust the volume. Still can't find the most comfortable level? Besides adjusting the volume on the handset, you might also need to adjust the volume on your PC in order to set the speaker to the most comfortable volume. To set your handset's ringing melodies and volume: 1. Press MENU. 2. Press Up or Down to select SOUNDS. Press OK. 3. Press Up or Down to select HANDSET. Press OK. 4. Press Left or Right to change the volume level. Press Down. 5. Press Left or Right to select the external melody. Press Down. 6. Press Left or Right to select the internal melody. Press OK to confirm when finished.
You may have to close the CIT200 program by right-clicking it's icon in the system tray .. then log into the 2nd Skype account and restart the CIT200 program. *shrug* This might do the trick for your situation.