Skype support in SetPoint

Q : How do I enable Skype support in the US version of SetPoint?

A : Thanks for the fun question. I just found how to do it all.

My uberOptions doesn't fix this on its own. uberOptions does add all the "VoIP:" functions to all buttons (so you can set any button to be any function), but SetPoint still doesn't support Skype until you install the needed files from Logitech.

Easy method: (thanks to arfster on the Logitech Forum)

Create a dword called VOIP in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Logitech\SetPoint

Set it to 1 and re-install SetPoint BR and Skype support will be included.

Set it to 6 and re-install SetPoint BR and Yahoo!/AOL support will be included.

To get both, use the manual method below.

(see lgsetup.ini in the 3-bedrock directory within the exe file for how these options are used)

Manual method:

Looking around and trying a few things, here's how to add Skype support (This works on Windows 2000, Windows XP 32-bit, Windows XP x64, Vista 32-bit, and Vista x64):

  1. Download the latest "BR" release of SetPoint from,CRID=1796,contentid=12524 or (32-bit) or (64-bit) (or the older 3.1BR version)
  2. Rename the .exe file to .cab and extract it with your favorite compression program (I use 7zip)
  3. In the " \3-BedRock" folder, run setup.exe or LComMgr.msi to install "Logitech Communications Manager".
  4. In the " \1-SetPoint" folder, run setup.exe to install SetPoint. Reboot and allow it to download any needed updates.
  5. Imstall Skype if not already installed.
  6. Install uberOptions and set a button to "VoIP: Launch via BedRock (Skype)", then it will popup a confirmations message. Then, the other VoIP functions should work with Skype.

If you just run the setpoint400_br.exe file, it would install Logitech Communications Manager without Skype support. If you did this on accident, you need to uninstall and re-install "3-BedRock" by hand (run 3-BedRock\uninstall.bat, then run 3-BedRock\setup.exe). To check if you installed Skype support, check to see if C:\Program Files\Common Files\Logitech\LComMgr\BRSkypePlugin.dll exists.

If you just run setpoint400_br.exe, you need to right-click 3-BedRock\LComMgr.msi and Uninstall, then Install it. To confirm success, check for C:\Program Files\Common Files\LogiShrd\LComMgr\BRSkypePlugin.dll.

You may also want to install "4-AEC" ("Logitech Audio Echo Cancellation") and "5-ATW" ("Logitech Audio Tuning Wizard", accessed via Audio Settings Wizard on the SetPoint tools tab) if you want to use those features (mostly for use with the EasyCall SpeakerPhone). Those 3 folders ("3-BedRock", "4-AEC", and "5-ATW") are the only difference between the "BR" releases and normal releases of SetPoint 3.10 and 3.30 that I can see.

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