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I have an interview today over video chat. i got one problem i have new camera and i install everything but when i try to speak and see my friends it says cannot connect you to ..... Report ashish- Jul 11, 2010 04:52PM Hi Mick I hope u can also solve my problem....Ibought this intex webcam...i directly plugged it on to my computer before installing the driver..then I Any way i was recommended a program called skype from and it works a treat.

Do you have anything there that ends in VM? I just waster 3 hours (and did some router changes I will now have to undo) in an attempt to get this to work. After researching all this for hours, I still do not have voice chat working on the new computers. amy April 4, 2005 4:21 PM Hey, i really need you to help me find a way to use msn messenger audio, i used to be able to use it but

They'll send the private address computer A has been assigned, which computer B not being on the private network cannot use. Here are some general guidelines. Paolo June 29, 2004 5:45 PM Yep...

It's my understanding though I've not confirmed is that some other instant messaging products such as AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) may use a different protocol and hence may not be affected LeoN January 20, 2004 9:47 AM As Nigel pointed out above, the ports used for audio are random, hence the need for uPNP in the router - that, apparently, handles this. how can i fix this? I looked up the configuration of the router and it never said anything about upnp.

It runs through a router (belkin) and was working ok a few days ago. Use the Sound Recorder applet that comes with windows to try and record something and play it back. Thanks! Good luck!

but I wondered if the possibility of IP-forwarding has something to do with it, or maybe the IP-spoofing option. --Akuma-- Leo February 5, 2004 10:11 AM As I understand it, simple Voice works great on the kids computers so I know the router and ISP are not involved. I use MSN messenger 6.2 and would like to know if there is ANY possible way, how I can get my audio to work while still being connected through my router? Leo Kim April 15, 2004 6:45 PM Hi~ I am using broadband.

UPnP is on on my mashine but i dont think the router suports it. Out of the box UPnP seems to have problems, but there is a workaround that you could..... In MSN messenger cannot start audio conversation. if so, please help me out!!!

I reccommend using program that can be launched from Start->Accessories->Sound Recorder (or something like that). weblink finally got it to work, 2 days before my trip to japan! I hahe a firewall Linksys Model BEFSL41. GameSpot Forums Xbox Association Browse Boards Games Discussion Nintendo Fan Club PlayStation Nation Xbox Association PC/Mac/Linux Society Mobile Connection Bug Reporting & Feedback Off-Topic Discussion System Wars Sports Bar Ask the

Report Vj..- Jun 7, 2010 04:36PM Thank U so worked like a charm... They said my internet connection doesnt allow it. MS have a whole article about this at: It's very informative and even gives suggestions of what you can do if your firewall doesn't support UPNP. The conversation gets cancelled immediately after accepting.

Peter October 10, 2004 2:55 AM Hi, I am trying to contact my daughter in Australia ( I am in England) using MS Messenger. a) Sound recorder states that you're Mic is not configured abusing an error message for this Purpose. About a week ago, I can hear him but he can't hear me.

Any suggestions?

like sega genisis n nes those were awesome. I have MS Messenger 6.1 installed...Windowss XP. im using Windows XP mike November 11, 2004 7:23 PM hi i have window 98 and using msn 6.2 and my mic works in my speakers and in my sound recorder PLEASE HELP.

I found it irritating that the person I am talking to paid more... +1 more answer Read more Mark as irrelevant Marked as irrelevant Undo Does msn voice chat takes up I restarted my laptop few times but can only make my speaker work. I am just not that sharp in networking ( as in internet networking) matters. his comment is here can you help me.

Helpful +6 Report mike Feb 27, 2009 03:35PM Go to start/contol panel/sounds and audio properties/audio/sound recording/volume and uncheck the mute Report Jiblal- Nov 20, 2008 03:33AM I have the exact problem. Unfortunately that means that some communications protocols which try to send the address of computer A behind a NAT router over to computer B somewhere on the internet are destined to Nigel November 27, 2003 10:52 AM Just discovered that we need to be able to receive and answer ping requests (ICMP packets) aswell for this to work. All the time I have been enabling the DMZ, and this works well in Yahoo Messenger.

Hubs, switches, and routers are all computer networking devices with varying capabilities. Why?