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Posted 12 July 2007 - 03:48 AM
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I checked for driver updates when I saw his reply, though I didn't bother replying saying that all I found was the QuickCam desktop messenger(which I downloaded) and a reinstall. I'm going to try the reinstall now. I have messed with switching between mics already many times to no avail. My computer has twice as much ram as required, but I still might just get a new one for this.
Kor as jgweed suggests check for driver updates, i have a logitech cam and there was a recent update for my model so it may apply to yours. you may also wish to check control panel / sounds and audio devices, and make sure you have the right mic selected that you wish to use. if your computer is old and only just satisfies the requirememnts for the web cam you may be experiencing some sort of resource drain while the camera is in use. I am only speculating but if your PC is light on in say ram or processing power once your cam is up and running there might not be much left in the way of power to handle other applications running at the same time as your cam.
good luck ! ;)
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