I'm going to China for two weeks to train the offshore centre to deliver SharePoint projects. Then I'm going to Kuwait for another week. I got a feeling that I'll be flying off to Kuwait almost the next day after I return from China. My dear precious wife was never without me for longer than a week (reservist still can go home during weekend), so I'm quite worried about her.
But before all these trips were confirmed, early this year, my boss did tell me that I will be making a trip up to China very soon. I immediately went to buy the NX6000, simply because at that time, that was the only camera that is small, and have its lens protected when not in use. (I'm quite rough with my equipment, and just throw them into my bag). Tested it at home with my wife, and at that time I still have Windows XP. Everything works fine, and I don't need an external mic. The camera's mike was good enough. But offshore center was not ready to receive me, hence it was postpone until now.
Obviously, I don't have any use for the camera, and I just left it in its bag. Now with this trip coming, I took out the two cameras and tested it. Audio conference with the camera works great. But whenever I start a video conference, it never worked. Video feed never get to connect. Firing Life Cam software to test, it crash when the camera is plugged in.
Dennis recently got the same camera and was using it fine with Joycelyn. But when he tried to do a video conference with me, same problem occurs. Finding the solution to this was difficult on the web. But trusty google finally found me a hint. One of the users uninstalled Nero, and it worked. Since I have Nero 7 installed, I decided to give it a try, before using the valuable resource Dennis extended to me.
And true enough, uninstalling Nero solved the whole problem!