Help with set up

Discussion in 'UK VOIP' started by timcooke@devonhurst.com, Oct 6, 2005.

  1. Guest

    I am a complete novice at this VOIP stuff but resonably computer savvy.
    i have just bought a USB phone from Trust. I want to set it up for use
    with Voipbuster. I have plugged it in but no joy. Want do I do next? Is
    there a website to look up or a thread on this (or another forum)I can
    refer to? Or is there a simple trick to get going?
     
    , Oct 6, 2005
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  2. MCR Guest

    wrote:
    > I am a complete novice at this VOIP stuff but resonably computer savvy.
    > i have just bought a USB phone from Trust. I want to set it up for use
    > with Voipbuster. I have plugged it in but no joy. Want do I do next? Is
    > there a website to look up or a thread on this (or another forum)I can
    > refer to? Or is there a simple trick to get going?
    >


    On mine, you go into tools, sound options (IIRC) and select your phone
    from the drop down menu's. My Voip phone (USB) didnt need drivers or
    install any software... did you try this?
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    MCR
    MAME(tm) - History In The Making
    www.pleasure-dome.org.uk
     
    MCR, Oct 6, 2005
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