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Audio compression it's say ''my computer does fit the required audio compression for this format'' i using vista premium and it only does it in yahoo chat rooms not on the messeger.

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    i can't hear voice in yahoo room

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Well should be full go are u using onbord sound card d usally those stink with vista cheak for latest update ok dont worry about compesion

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