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Sheryl Lester Posted on Dec 29, 2006
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QuickCam IM I'm trying to connect to another computer with the same equipment. It shows that my contact is on line. I can IM this person. I can request an audio or video conversation and she can accept it. The problem I have is, it says it is connecting to the computer and never does. It shows that the session has ended. Why can't I connect to my parties computer?

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Make sure that the camera is set up in the Windows Live programme or MSN depending on what you or your friend use. Setting the cam up with the software you get with it is as neccassary as setting it up to use in MSN or Live. Go to the tools tab and then web cam settings to calibrate the audio and video.

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