Issues about audio on Skype and remoto access.

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by freejazz, Feb 14, 2014.

  1. freejazz

    freejazz Guest

    Hi, i have a Samsung netbook N150 JA03 (that should be right. how
    can i check
    which is the version Ja01 or Ja03 etc. by remoto access?  The
    netbook is located about 400Km by me and it is used by my father
    almost 90 years old...) with cpu 1,6 Ghz and Win7 installed. In
    this netbook i manage via remoto access.
    Yesterday i noticed that when i restart the netbook or simply the
    system wakes up from stand by the audio switch to deactived!( the
    speaker icon on tray said deactived). Further if i switched to
    active audio didn't work.
    Now I have updated the audio driver  from Samsung website
    searching my netbook model and this morning i could listen the
    interlocutor.
    But what it is strange is that if i enter in his pc now i can
    listen my voice on Skype (the same issue is succeeded some days
    ago when
    began the issue) and speakers switch to deactived. But now (after
    driver updating) if I re-active the speakers through the tray icon
    he can listen me and i can listen my voice feedback.  Instead as i said
    when began the issue even if I re-actived the speakers i could
    listen only acoustic signal by system but no his voice from Skype
    and he couldn't listen my voice too.
    Then i think the issue is linked to my Logmein and remoto access
    or so began..
    My Logmein is installed in my Samsung S3 with S.O. in  signature.
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    freejazz, Feb 14, 2014
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    Paul Guest

    http://community.skype.com/t5/Windo...ay-through-speakers-when-you-do-a/td-p/484041

    "8. Right under that is a box that says
    "Automatically adjust speaker settings" Make sure it is unchecked."

    HTH,
    Paul
     
    Paul, Feb 14, 2014
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    freejazz, Feb 16, 2014
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