Jabber 4.4 getting error messages with regards to update Video D
Has the Cisco Jabber Video for Telepresence software ever worked on your Dell computer? If so, what changed? If not, then I would recommend using the latest version of Cisco Jabber Video found at www.ciscojabbervideo.com. If you still get the same error, then your video card is not supported or the latest driver is not supported. The system requirements are as follows:
Windows 7, Vista, or XP (SP 2 or newer), with:
• OpenGL 1.2 or newer
• For 720p HD calls, Intel Core2Duo @ 1.2 GHz or better
• For VGA calls, Intel Atom @ 1.6 GHz or better
Webcam (built-in or external; you'll need an HD webcam for the other side to see you in HD)
Can you confirm the OpenGL version on your computer? This should be found in the System Information (msinfo32) file. You may need to call ATI/AMD for support if your OpenGL version is not up to date. This particular card should meet the minimum requirements.
If this worked and is no longer working, then I recommend uninstalling and then reinstalling. Be sure to delete the JabberVideo folder from within the Cisco folder located on your C:\\Program FIles (x86)\ directory.
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