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PxDTV2300 support for latest Skype on latest Vista

Using Video Capute on PxDTV2300 H Card Will it support video on Latest version Skype and Vista

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Why do you wanna use it on skype a tv card is to render a tv signal, or those of a video cam, for vista yust downlaod the vista drivers for it, leadtek.com website, get a webcam if you wana use skype?

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Hp dv7 laptop skype video message error


Seems the Skype community are having similar issues..


Try this:-

Please make sure you are using the latest version - currently 6.9.0.106. You can check your version in the menu "Help -> About". If you are running an older version please manually download and install the latest Skype version.

NB: The "Check for updates" features will not yet prompt for the 6.9 update.
If not check to see if they have posted anything newer here:-

http://community.skype.com/t5/Windows-desktop-client/Facebook-connection-issues/td-p/1962633

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This problem is all over the place, but people are misunderstanding the problem. It only occurs with INCOMING video (sometimes after just a few SECONDS). OUTGOING video is fine (so it's not a problem...


  1. Most Programs Don't run 64 bit operating systems very well nor have the driver support 32 bit will work fine setting that aside open internet explorer left click tools go to compatibility view settings check display all websites in compatibility view. And read below as well if this is no fix go to skype support for more help.This sounds like your problem is yours in settings .
  2. Update your Windows with the latest Service Packs and updates, available via Windows Update.
  3. Then reinstall Skype.
  4. After installing Skype it's important to adjust your firewall settings.
  5. Ensure you have the latest device drivers for sound and video (available on the device manufacturer's website).
  6. Make sure that you have the latest version of DirectX (the core multimedia component of Windows) installed on your computer.
How can I see how much bandwidth a Skype video call is using? To see how much bandwidth is being used during a video call for:
Skype for Windows
  1. Go to: Tools > Options > Advanced > Advanced settings
  2. Tick option Display technical info during calls
  3. Click Save
During calls, click on the downward-pointing arrow (next to the volume slider) - it has the rollover text Other call functions - and choose Call Technical Info.
Bandwidth (BW) usage is shown under the Basic section:
BW (avg/60sec): upload
BW (avg/60sec): download

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Skype comes up and says my camera is not supported.


  • Extract from Skype Help
  • "Most PC-compatible webcams should work with Skype, although some older models may not. Make sure you download and install the most recent drivers for your webcam (you can get these from the webcam manufacturer’s site). Or, you can buy a webcam that’s guaranteed to work seamlessly with Skype from the Skype Shop.
  • Make sure both you and the person you are video calling are using the latest version of Skype. To check what version you have, click Help > About Skype.
  • Please check that your computer hardware configuration supports video calls – the recommended system requirements are a 1 GHz CPU, 512MB RAM, a video card with at least 16MB of memory and a 512/256kbit (down/up) broadband internet connection.
  • Check that your video device supports DirectShow 9.1 standard (WDM is currently not supported).
  • Make sure that you have the latest version of DirectX. You can download DirectX if you need it. After installing it, please go to Start > Run and type dxdiag. In the window ensure you have DirectX9.0c or higher. Sometimes the installation fails to update the version and in these cases please contact Microsoft for support."
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Re Skype: My daughter has a Mac we have a PC. The


maybe your pc is slower than the mac. are you using the same internet connection?
maybe there is a problem with her camera. not sending fast enough.

Jan 21, 2010 | Skype IM

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Skype problem


Skype latest version is not compatible with vista...u need to download the previous version skype 3.0 or 3.5 .....dat will work with vista fine..

Jul 13, 2009 | Acer Aspire One AOA110-1588 Notebook

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Skype mac to pc problem


most latest versions of skype are not compatible with vista and mac....try using any previous skype version..

Jun 05, 2009 | Skype IM

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Skype


update your skype to the latest version, direct x (Windows update) andvideo card drivers from your manufacturer (go to manufactureres site;they'll lead you through it)

start with your webcam off, Go toTools, options, video settings. Click on Enable Skype video and Startmy video when Skype turns on. Then select "default video device".

scan your computer and see if there's any virus on it
http://housecall.trendmicro.com/

or check for trojan or malwares, or spyware
http://www.safer-networking.org/

see if your computer and os can satisfy the requirements of skype:
  • System requirements
  • PC running Windows 2000, XP or Vista. (Windows 2000 users require DirectX 9.0 for video calls).
  • Internet connection – broadband is best (GPRS is not supported for voice calls).
  • Speakers and microphone – built-in or separate.
  • For voice and video calls we recommend a computer with at least a 1GHz processor, 256 MB RAM and of course a webcam.
  • ForHigh Quality Video calls you will need a highquality video webcam andsoftware, a dual-core processor computer and afast broadbandconnection (384 kbps).
Technical details
Version 3.8.0.180 File size 21 MB. Official release. Release date: October 1, 2008.

download only the latest skype
http://www.skype.com/intl/en/download/skype/windows/beta/

Oct 15, 2008 | Skype IM

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Webcam


update your skype to the latest version, direct x (Windows update) and video card drivers from your manufacturer (go to manufactureres site; they'll lead you through it)

start with your webcam off, Go to Tools, options, video settings. Click on Enable Skype video and Start my video when Skype turns on. Then select "default video device".

Oct 09, 2008 | Skype IM

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Is your driver compatible with VISTA?

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