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IP Softphone under Windows XP

IP Softphone under Windows XP

IP Softphone under Windows XP

(OP)
I´m trying to use Ip Softphone under Windows XP but it returns me a problem:
Avaya IP softphone cannot be started. Please contact your system administrator. (0x80000043)

I´m with a Administrator profile.
Is there any way to use this software under XP?

RE: IP Softphone under Windows XP

This could be a problem with your system's Audiocodecs. Try to change XP's Audio-codecs properties. Sometimes in WIN2K and XP Softphone's codecs cause conflicts.

Good luck.

Kind Regards,
Maarten Copini
www.effecta.nl

-Please let me know if this was of any help-

RE: IP Softphone under Windows XP

(OP)
Thanx for your response...
I already have Ip Softphone installed in XP. You have to run the installation and the program after the installation in WIN2K mode compatibility.

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