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Hi Follow the instructions below to use your webcam Windows XP...Click on Start then >Control panel>hardware and sound >device manager>imaging devices>web cam....enable it Another way is to use a IM application like Yahoo messenger,NetMeeting,etc. They will have video capabilities that will work with your webcam. You may have to download your webcam driver for your computer Bud
You mean the webcam mic is not working? First try reinstalling the webcam driver, to make sure the mic device is installed. Then check the sound recording settings in the device manager, and make sure the webcam mic is the default device. Also check the recording levels. Lastly, in the program you are using, also check the recording settings as they may override the default settings. More ideas here.
webcams dont have mics...the mics are built into the bezel around the screen and are controlled by the sound drivers. You have to use the webcam software to link the sound drivers to your webcam software so the two work together when you are on video messaging. Check into the webcam software documentation. I know that when I was setting up my webcam in Gmail, it was linked to the sound drivers automatically.
No,unless you want to upgrade your current soundcard i suggest continuing using your current one ..
Your problem is driver related,try installing your sound card drivers again .. if that doesn`t help you could uninstall your webcam drivers,it`s a software related problem so there`s no need for you to buy a new soundcard