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Problem Yahoo Pc To Pc Talk


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#1 RUDAVID

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 07:21 AM

Dear all

Can anybody help me out here, I am working in a Co which is as usual under a normal networking system. I wonder why this days the yahoo PC to PC talk is not working. I dont know whether genuinely it is problem with the yahoo voice server or whether it is due to networking protocols set by the network administrator to disable pc to pc talk.
When I sign in usually the PC to PC phone icon is enabled the very moment when I try to call and when from the other side there is acceptance or any comment the conversation is disabled during the whole sign in session. Also I have noticed when I try to PC to PC call of yahoo msngr, the microphone gets muted in the Volume control settings of the Programme. I dont understand that how the settings of Volume controls of the programms startup menu can be changed by system.

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 08:27 AM

correct me if I am wrong, but is this a works computer on a network, and you are , I guess, passing ( or attempting to )NON work -related messages between computers?




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