- Aug 6, 2009
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Problem: In ventrilo, if I talk when someone else is talking, they hear horrendous feedback (I've used the record feature to hear what they are talking about, and it's god awful). This is a vista/7 specific problem, it never occurred in xp, not ever. At first it sounded similar to the symptoms of something like stereo mix being unmuted and me relaying everything I hear over ventrilo, but I can't stress enough that I have every single capture and playback interface disabled that I'm not using. So under my win7 and realtek control panels, the ONLY things enabled are as follows: Playback | Speakers, Recording | Microphone. Each being set as the default just in case (even though all the others are disabled lol). All settings in ventrilo are correct as well, nothing conflicting, right interfaces selected, etc. I've turned the internets upside down looking for answers to this problem, and the closest I can get is people who think they know it all, giving such great advice as "make sure it's plugged in all the way" and "lol make sure that stereo mix is off!". Also, I think it's worth mentioning that this problem occurs regardless of whether I have headphones on or off, with or without speakers, etc. The symptoms would point to something like my microphone playback not being muted (even though it absolutely is) which would lead to my microphone possibly transmitting everything I say over and over again until it becomes a jarbled mess of feedback. Anyway, I'm at wits end, and if anyone has had similar problems, please don't hesitate to post a possible solution.