Question about Computers & Internet
HI, When I move and speak there is a small delay on the webcam screen . Any help with this Jim
OK, that's a start.
First make sure you are plugged directly into the PC, meaning that it's not plugged into a USB hub of any kind. Also, if you have one of those newer monitors with the USB ports on it - make sure it's not plugged into this either.
Second, depending on the PC, some manufacturers place USB 1.1 ports in the front of the cases, and USB 2.0 in the rear of it.
If you have if plugged into a front port, try a rear port. I know this can be a pain if you have the tower on the floor, and the cam on top of the monitor - usually the wires aren't very long. A 6 foot USB extension cable is relatively cheap.
If it has a delay with the setup utility, I've seen the wrong speed port cause this, due to the transfer speed of the port itself being too slow.
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