dan at lighthouseco.net
Wed Apr 13 00:39:52 CEST 2011
Thanks for the reply,
This is a fresh install of blink, I followed the install directions. I never really used it before. I had Gizmo working for years on this computer!
Windows XP Pro SP3
ASUS A8N5X MoBo, AMD CPU, 4 Gig RAM
Realtek AC’97 Audio Card
AVG 2011 Anti-virus
Also have a MagicJacks USB Adaptor
I have had this system for years it is very stable and all other apps work perfectly! I have no strange enoms. I also have a buddy that installed blink and he is having the same sort of issue. The windows 7 PC is a different and new computer I am still setting up, I installed Blink on that and it works, so I know it isn’t my network just this computer. Thanks again for any help.
From: blink-bounces at lists.ag-projects.com [mailto:blink-bounces at lists.ag-projects.com] On Behalf Of Saúl Ibarra Corretgé
Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2011 5:38 AM
To: Blink Support Forum
Subject: Re: [Blink] Perplexed
On 12/4/11 12:31 AM, Daniel Brauen wrote:
> Extremely perplexed here, I have installed the basic Blink for windows.
> I get no audio in or out of my computer and cannot hear my voicemail
> messages either. I have a Windows 7 Computer which I did the same
> install to and it works fine, so I know there shouldnt be a network
> issue or a router issue.
The tracebacks you attached show a number of errors. One of which is
related to audio devices handling. Can you please describe what you
tried to do? Did you plug any device in? Do you only see this happening
in Windows 7?
Sal Ibarra Corretg
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