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Microphone(MIC)Of head set not working(got removed wrongly)

I am using Windows Vista Laptop & I have got accidentally removed the Realtak Audio Input recording device (i.e.-MIC),hence I am not able make a voice calls on internet like skype ,googletalk etc.
Can anybody tell me how to get Installed my MIC(recoeding device) back to the PC.
In Control Panel->Sounds & Devices->Audio->
Sound Recording Default Device ( Audio Input Device)is showing empty.
I want To know What should I do to get back my Audio Input Device so that I can use my MIC of HEadset to used for talking on Internet.

Raja

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    same prob

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This usually just gets reinstalled whenever you restart your computer be it Vista or XP. In your case, the drivers for the Microphone probably got deleted. The Microphone driver comes in the package together with the sound card. You'll have to re-install the whole sound card driver to have it start working again. You can do this from the Device Manager. After doing this, the microphone together with the whole sound card drivers should start working again.

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