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This is a feature for in-house conference calls. The problem lies with two people answering the phone very close together. In the handbook, it states that if you want another party in your office or home to join in on a conversation, push the Line button twice. This allows another individual in on the phone call. This also happens in our office. One party answers the phone, while someone else is trying to answer the phone. One of the two individuals inadvertently is the first one to answer and pushes the button 2x. This automatically lets the other individual in on the line. The solution is to make sure if you answer the phone, don't push the button 2x and assume someone has already answered it.
I had the same problem but I got it fixed. On the main YM window hit Yahoo Voice for a drop down menu and select Calling Devices Preferences. In the Select an audio device section, select "USB AudioDevice" for the mic, speakers and ringer. It worked on mine so I believe it will work i with yours. Cheers!
On Yahoo Messenger: On the top section click on Messenger and then on Preferences. On the 'Yahoo Messenger Preferences' window, click on 'Calling & Audio'. Make sure that Microphones, Speaker and Ringer are all set to 'USB Audio Device' and that the 'Play a Ringtone when I receive a call' is checked.
I had the same problem. I got it figured out though. I called linksys tech support and they told me to update the drivers. At first I got no success. I eventually figured out that you have to manually deleted the old drivers throught your device manager before updating to the new drivers. The link for the new drivers is:
Once you get to this page click on the "download drivers" link and then scroll down until you see the 32 bit driver for CIT310 and click. I hope this helps.