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When you install the software, there are drivers that have to be installed. Those drivers don't exactly work on Vista or 7 since Pana has issued a new set of drivers. Try reinstalling the software (repair function) and see if the drivers reinstall.
If that doesn't work, and you are in the US, the bts dealer site (you have to register) has them.
Download from this link. Turn UCS in Vista off to eliminate it as a reason for installer not to run. Load the current version of Skype after you install the VOIP321 software.
Ignore any offers from resident portion of VOIP32 software to look for an update to it's driver after you load the copy of this driver from the link above. This Phillips VOIP321 installer will always load an old copy of Skype which you do not want. Version 126.96.36.199 is a good copy of Skype.
There is no such thing, Olympia went out of busniess before Vista was released. Try setting the program to open in windows XP mode. Not sure how it's done in Vista but I know in XP you could open applications in Windows 98 or 95 mode.
I had the same problem with a HP Pavilion PC running vista. The way I fixed this problem with to plug the USB into a USB port on the PC not using a ext USB Hub. I did have to go into the sound in the control panel and change the default so the other programs would use the correct sound.