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Used to be able to send audio via windows live.


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#1 pearce

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Posted 31 October 2009 - 11:24 PM

Hi.

I have a slight problem.
With windows live messenger, you can do calls and send audio messages to another person. I used to be able to send what I could hear on my pc to someone else, for example: If I was playing a youtube video, I could send the sound from what video to someone else, wether it be in a call or just a small audio message.
I didnt have a mic that I could talk into, and they couldnt hear me talk, but I could send what I could hear from my pc.

Now, it doesnt work.
It says - No audio/voice was detected in the recording.
For the audio settings in windows messenger I have selected -
Default - speaker, realtek high definition audio
Microphone - Realtek high definition audio. Theirs also a line in option for this, but I have nothing plugged into the line in.

Their must have been an internal mic or something that was able to send what I was hearing to others, I just cant fix it now. It does not work at all, no exceptions.

Heres my pc's specs.
compaq presario pcsr5140an
amd athlon 64 dual core processor with windows vista home premium. 3600+
1500 mb ddr 2 ram
Nvidia geforce 6150se 3d



Any help greatly appreciated.

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#2 the_patriot11

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Posted 31 October 2009 - 11:59 PM

have you made any changes recenty? like about the same time it stopped working? hardware or software? did you update windows live or drivers or anything along those lines?

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