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Anonymous
October 24, 2004 9:43:02 PM

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I have downloaded the service pak 2 and since ive done that i cant get
connected to none of my friends on audio. If i do get connected i can hear
them but they cant hear me. Ive tried disconnecting firewall but run into
same problem. I have norton anti-virus 2003 and am running windows xp with
the new service pac 2. I have tried everything so am using this as a last
resort and am hoping someone can help me out. Thank you
Anonymous
October 25, 2004 1:35:11 AM

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Hey there ... Try the following >>> start >>> control panel >>> network
connections ... Now locate which one you use to connect to the internet and
right click it >>> select properties >>> remove the check mark that is on
QoS Packet Scheduler >> click ok and see if that helps


"rebel6" <rebel6@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:86AC14EB-4011-430E-8156-1AA1D6A0E06E@microsoft.com...
>I have downloaded the service pak 2 and since ive done that i cant get
> connected to none of my friends on audio. If i do get connected i can
> hear
> them but they cant hear me. Ive tried disconnecting firewall but run
> into
> same problem. I have norton anti-virus 2003 and am running windows xp
> with
> the new service pac 2. I have tried everything so am using this as a last
> resort and am hoping someone can help me out. Thank you
Anonymous
November 16, 2004 11:38:59 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.messenger (More info?)

I have the same problem, could someone help me?

Kester

>-----Original Message-----
>I have downloaded the service pak 2 and since ive done
that i cant get
>connected to none of my friends on audio. If i do get
connected i can hear
>them but they cant hear me. Ive tried disconnecting
firewall but run into
>same problem. I have norton anti-virus 2003 and am
running windows xp with
>the new service pac 2. I have tried everything so am
using this as a last
>resort and am hoping someone can help me out. Thank you
>.
>
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Anonymous
November 17, 2004 11:39:16 AM

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Have you checked on the setting in the Security System? Did you allow
Messenger to be an Exception.

Joel

"kesterki@netvigator.com" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:62eb01c4cc5f$5b043ba0$a401280a@phx.gbl...
>
> I have the same problem, could someone help me?
>
> Kester
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>I have downloaded the service pak 2 and since ive done
> that i cant get
>>connected to none of my friends on audio. If i do get
> connected i can hear
>>them but they cant hear me. Ive tried disconnecting
> firewall but run into
>>same problem. I have norton anti-virus 2003 and am
> running windows xp with
>>the new service pac 2. I have tried everything so am
> using this as a last
>>resort and am hoping someone can help me out. Thank you
>>.
>>
January 6, 2005 7:32:52 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.messenger (More info?)

rebel6 wrote:
> I have downloaded the service pak 2 and since ive done that i cant get
> connected to none of my friends on audio. If i do get connected i can hear
> them but they cant hear me. Ive tried disconnecting firewall but run into
> same problem. I have norton anti-virus 2003 and am running windows xp with
> the new service pac 2. I have tried everything so am using this as a last
> resort and am hoping someone can help me out. Thank you

We have the same problem with messenger6.2 audio on two customersystems
- but with one system without xp-sp2!
We tried to open the ports (6901/6801-6900) on firewall/router, turned
of QoS and closed windowsfirewall. The audio from the systemview works
fine - also chat,webcam and filetransfer.
If we start Audio and accept it try to connect some seconds and then
it's stops...

Maybee there are many other Port's or a software-/settingsproblem?
It would be great, if someone have an idea!

Best Regards
Pascal Perret
abc4IT

PS: The strange thing is, that audio work problemless on two of our
lab-pc's!
!