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I'm using Windows Live Messenger (latest version). Computer 1 has Vista, Computer 2 has Windows XP with SP2. When making video calls, Computer 1 has audio problems. The audio will be fine then becomes low then goes back to fine. When the other person is talking, the volume "toolbar" will appear on the screen and the volume is automatically adjusting up and down. Does anyone know how to fix this? The webcam for Computer 1 is a Logitech for notebooks. The webcam for Computer 2 is a Microsoft 9000. Thanks for any help.

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