1. VoiParrot will not successfully install or run.
A. Check to see if your Anti-
B. Make sure you are installing VoiParrot on a supported operating systems (XP, Vista, Win7, Win8).
C. Make sure you are installing on a computer system that meets the minimum requirements (Pentium with 10 MB of disk space. Refer To Typical Configuration).
D. Make sure you have not run out of disk space.
E. Check your hard drive for errors.
F. Uninstall VoiParrot and try re-
G. Obtain another copy of VoiParrot and try installing the new copy.
H. Disable anti-
I. Only one VoiParrot can be running within a LAN (A LAN is everything that is connected to a single router).
J. If your using a wireless connection between the computer and the router then add an additional wired connection to the router.
K. Try adding the VOIP adapter’s MAC address to Preferences→ManualRecording.
2. Phone conversations do not record.
A. If you have more than one NIC (Network Interface Card) indicated when you run VoiParrot try using other NIC’s and make a test phone call until you’ve exhausted all Ethernet cards. If VoiParrot is scheduled to startup during boot then make sure your NIC is listed under VOIP INTERFACES as some network adapters are slow to init during power up (Please refer to Preferences→”Delayed Interface Check”).
B. If you are not using a softphone make sure your VOIP adapter and computer are tied into the same Router/Switch.
C. If your Ethernet cable from your computer is going to your VOIP adapter then please unplug it and plug it into your router.
D. VoiParrot does not work with the G.729 Codec so make sure your VOIP account settings are set for high quality and for higher bandwidth (Usually a VOIP provider will not specify a particular Codec so if you’re still having trouble talk with VOIP support and tell them you do not want G.729 and see what they recommend)
E. Make sure you have free disk space.
F. Disable antivirus/firewall protection and if they are the cause of the problem research that environment for VoiParrot exclusion.
G. Only one VoiParrot can be running within a LAN (A LAN is everything that is connected to a single router).
H. If your using a wireless connection between the computer and the router then add an additional wired connection to the router.
I. Try adding the VOIP adapter’s MAC address to Preferences→ManualRecording.
3. Recorded conversations will not play back
A. Make sure your speaker volume is set high enough to be heard.
B. Check your sound system by going to the “Control Panel → Sounds and Audio Devices” then to the Sounds Tab and try playin back one of the Program Events.
A. If you’re trying to listen-
B. Make sure the speaker volume is set properly so it can be heard.
C. Make sure your sound hardware is working properly by performing “3B” above.
Please use either the following form or our Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to communicate problems, concerns, comments, or to just suggest changes you’d like to see in VoiParrot.