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Repairing acer mic

Here are a few suggestions, first check the realtek audio manager (double click the icon at the bottom) if everything looks fine there, open control panel, go to sound speech and audio devices, select sounds and audio devices, select the voice tab, then click test hardware, follow the wizard and it should reset the driver and show you a volume indicator, this is how i had to fix mine, hope this helps

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How do I fix my realtek speakers? They play sounds and music but while doing so the sound icon in the taskbar is showing movement from bottom to top with sound increasing as it goes upwards?


Open Device manager and right click on "Realtek HD Audio"
Select 'enable'
Right click on the speaker icon in the taskbar and select 'Playback devices' ensure that Realtek is checked as the default speaker device
Right click alongside the speaker icon and make sure they are not disabled
Use the 'Test' facility to check the audio
You may have to update the driver as well

Jun 25, 2015 | Realtek Semiconductor Realtek High...

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the mic of my acer one doesn't work at all, i've tried every possible settings


here are a few suggestions, first check the realtek audio manager (double click the icon at the bottom) if everything looks fine there, open control panel, go to sound speech and audio devices, select sounds and audio devices, select the voice tab, then click test hardware, follow the wizard and it should reset the driver and show you a volume indicator, this is how i had to fix mine, hope this helps

Jan 25, 2010 | Acer Aspire One AOA150-1570 Notebook PC

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microphone des not work


There are two items you'll need to check. First, when you boot your system press the Delete key to enter the bios. Open the Advanced tab.
Make sue your Audio is set to [Enabled].
For windows XP operating systems check within windows Device manager. Click the start button, open control panel. Double left click on the "System" icon to open. System properties window will open. Click on the Hardware tab than click on the "Device Manager" button. Scroll down through the icons until you come to: Sound, video and game controllers. If there is a problem with the driver you will see something like. Unknown pci controller or simple pci controller. If you do not see something either of these than there is nothing wrong with your driver software. Make sure you setup your microphone. Open the windows "Control panel". Than open, "Sound and Audio Device". Click on the Audio Tab. Under, "Sound playback" the Default device should read as; Realtek AC97 Audio. Now click on the Voice Tab. Under "Voice playback" the Default device should read as; Realtek AC97 Audio. Lastly, you need to click the "Test hardware" button. Follow the instruction from windows. It wouldn't hurt to check windows for updates. If you still do not have use of the microphone than the intergraded sound controller is defective. This can’t be repaired. You can disable the intergraded sound controller in the bios. Than buy a PCI sound card and add it into an opened PCI port.

Hope you find this helpful.
Mike

Nov 03, 2009 | Intel D865GVHZ Motherboard

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NO AUDIO OUTPUT IS INSTALLED


Sounds like you are running Vista. If so, do you know if you are useing the RealTek Audio?

I found many references to this issue but I am not sure which may apply to your problem. Here is a set of steps to follow from another site: (Assumes Vista and Realtek)

  • Open Vista’s Control Panel (Window | Control Panel)
  • Open the Realtek Audio Manager (not “Sound”)
  • In the navigation bar in the far right, there is a little yellow folder icon. It is just below “Device advanced settings” and above “ANALOG”. Click the folder icon.
  • Click “Disable front panel jack detection” so that a yellow check mark shows up. Hit “OK”, and close the Realtek HD Audio Manager. That should re-enable the sound.

Mar 13, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Realtek AC'97 driver


Before installing the AC97 software drivers, open System than click the Hardware tab than click Device manager. Scroll down to Sound, video & game controllers. Do you see a yellow ! point? If so than your drivers do need to be reinstalled. I could send you to Asus's site but they are a bit out dated so go here for updated drivers. The first one listed under Description will do just fine.
http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=14&PFid=23&Level=4&Conn=3&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false
When you open the sound, video & game controller find AC97 & uninstall by right clicking on AC97 & uninstall. Only the AC97, leave the rest alone. Restart the PC than install the new drivers that you saved to your hard drive.
Check driver installed by opening controll panel than open Sound & Audio Device icon. Under Audio tab Realtek AC97 should be listed than click the Voice tab & the same should be listed.
Test both Audio & Mic functions. If either fail your intergrated controller could be defective. Lets hope everything works fine.
Please vote...
Asus's driver download site for your P4P800.
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us
Fill in under "Please Select the Product".
Motherboard
Socket 478
P4P800
Than click GO

Jan 24, 2008 | ASUS P4P800 Motherboard

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