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Old Mar 30th, 2006, 12:46 AM   #51
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multiperson ichat with intel iMac

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Have any of you had any issue hosting a multiperson iChat with your Intel iMac. My Dad is having troubles hosting, gettting an error message saying "Your computer is incapable of hosting a multiperson conference."
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Old Mar 30th, 2006, 06:30 AM   #52
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Tried it a few times.. no problems whatsoever. Has he tried it on another user account to rule out preference problems?
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No problems hosting a multi-person chat here. I just had one yesterday with a couple of my friends who are on the AIM and .MAC IM network.
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Here's a thought, tell me if i'm crazy...
If the the Shaw internet signal, coming through the cable modem is variable, and if there's not enough bandwidth at a given time the intel iMac would recognize the issue and report the error message as noted above. Is this feasable or are these events mutually exclusive?
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Here's a thought, tell me if i'm crazy...
If the the Shaw internet signal, coming through the cable modem is variable, and if there's not enough bandwidth at a given time the intel iMac would recognize the issue and report the error message as noted above. Is this feasable or are these events mutually exclusive?
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my friend got his MBP last week and we tried to have a vid conference, but he got an error message stating that he did not have sufficient bandwidth to hold one. he was wireless at the time, so it may be that iChat has some built in monitors with respect to the bandwidth which is present for your computer and does not think that you have enough to run the multi channel conference.
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