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Re: Presario v6000 microphone
Go to control panel and enable your audio driver... reboot your laptop.... now open the audio driver icon from the system tray and try to test the microphone... enable the settings for microphone in it
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Any "modern" laptop will either have a built-in microphone,
or it will have a small "microphone-in" socket where any separately-purchased microphone can be connected. Look for a small hole with a PINK ring around the hole.
There should be another adapter available. The two you mentioned are not your primary wireless connection.
The device will usually have 802.11g/a/b or something similar in it's name. It might also say Intel PRO/Wireless.
I assume you are uninstalling it because it is malfunctioning. The task you are performing can sometimes fix whatever the problem might be, but in the case that it doesn't, I would recommend downloading the most recent driver for the wireless adapter Driver for XP - 32 bit
Look in control panel - system - under hardware tab the : Device manager. in there is the network adapters open it from + sign and check is the cross marged on wireless driver if yes then its disabled u can use right mouse button to enable it
also you can find this thing under my network connections look is the wireless disabled or enabled if its disabled use right mouse button to enable it.
You can get the wireless drivers in the laptop itself. U need to type in the start search as recovery manager and when the window is opened, click on the advanced options and select the option hardware driver installation. Search for the sound driver and select it and it get re-installed. If this doesnt work try to go to hp.com and select support and drivers and enter the product number of the laptop and follow the onscreen instructions. Thanks and Regards Honey
Actually problem with compaq presario v6000 is that when you only install conexant high definition audio driver you get a error ,so first install microsoft universal audio driver and than conexant high definition audio drivers, i hope you have conexant high definition audio if not let me know..
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