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first check the settings on your operating system; volume may have lowered; uninstall all the old web cam softwares.; in your current web cam settings select your web cams microfone and check everything of it i.e. input or output device etc.; remove your head fones.
on your desk to you should have an icon that says life cam or web cam..click on it so you get the web cam going u should see yourself...at the right where the x is to close program there is an arrow that points down click on that it will bring u to what it says a list of things u can do for your web cam. you will see audio and video settings click that then you will see microphone webcam etc. click next it will bring u to a screen with speakers you want to use click play sound then next .you will come to a screen that says microphone select by clicking on the little arrow and pick the one that is the one your using ,the name of your web cam this should get your voice or sound for your web cam hope this helps
My microphone was working and just stopped, reading one of the forums it as suggested that the microphone connections were a known problem. I stripped mine down, rewired the microphone and hey presto it works. Hope this helps as you did not say if yours was working or your first attempt to use it
Windows Messenger is a native Instant Messenger application to Windows XP. This application can be used to set the output device of your choice. In turn, this information will carry over to the MSN Messenger 7.5 application settings.
Launch Windows Messenger and execute the audio tuning wizard.
Go to “Start”. Select “Run”. Type “msmsgs” and click “OK”.
In theWindows Messenger, click “Tools” and select “Audio Tuning Wizard”.
Follow the steps which are provided by the “Audio Tuning Wizard” and select your desired Microphone & Speaker device.
Once this process is complete, close the Windows Messenger application. The configuration change made through Windows Messenger should now be set in the MSN Messenger 7.5 application.
I don't think many people have a trouble free web cam, whatever make or model of pc or web cam.
I get echo and feed back; if that's wot you mean by static, or do you litterly mean static.
Helps to have your volume down a touch and the person who you are speaking to also, especially if it has a built in microphone(sorry, not checked your model), a seperate microphone is best as it's away from any possible speaker feedback from your pc's speakers, or any other clse electrical interference.
Hope this relieves it a little.