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Maybe your laptop has buttons that control the level also, if so press them.
Most laptops have keystrokes that control the volume level. Normally you will have to Press and Hold the FN function key at the lower right portion of your screen and the corresponding key that takes the volume up. Normally the correct key will show the icon of a megaphone with the )))) volume signal.
More importantly make sure you have the Recording checked in the Audio Sound Properties.
Do the following: Open Quicktime Player. Under the File menu, choose New Movie Recording. The light on your camera should come on. Click the center button and say a few words, then click it again. You should be able to replay this video immediately. If you can do this, you do not have a hardware problem. If you need to, you can save the recording you made this way and enclose it in a mail message or any other medium. If your other facilities still don't work, it is those facilities that are having a problem accessing your (working) camera.
If there is is no sound output in Windows 7, simply run Windows Update to update the sound driver from within Windows 7.
If this fails however, try this procedure: Click 'Start' > Select 'Control Panel'
Type troubleshooting in the top-right search field > Select 'Troubleshooting'
Click 'Hardware and Sound' > Select 'Playing Audio'
If a driver is needed, it is recommended that you run Windows Updates.
If Windows Update doesn't install a driver for your device, go to your
computer manufacturer's website and download/install the latest driver
for your computer. If this simple procedure does not help, reply back to this post and let me know. Thanks! -Mactechtrainer
1. You're recording too close to the source (or you need to turn down your volume on the keyboard itself or the input volume of your internal microphone by going). You're overloading the mic with sound, so that's why your keyboard sounds blurry.
If the hard drive still spins, then the data can be saved. If there is a near by computer store, explain your problem, and they can take apart the drive and probably but the data on a new drive for you. If you want to try this yourself, you will need to take apart the outer enclosure of the Lacie drive. Then unplug the hard drive, and either put it in another similar enclosure (requires taking that one apart too) or buying a new enclosure.
can you listen to the album through the USB when not recording? I'm asking because it might be that there is a buffer underrun or some other problem that is caused by the computer not being able to code the input fast enough. What are the specs of the mac you are using? are you sure the USB is 2.0? that could be a problem too.
I'm glad you asked this. I have had problems with my superdrive as well. What I found out through persistent research is this:
The new Superdrives can take CD+R and DVD+R. (I am assuming you are asking about recording?
However, the older models of Superdrives ---usually found in Powerbook G4s, can take CD-R and DVD-R. These are different from the first ones ini that they are slower to burn, and just a few gb short of space than the +. this should help solve the problem with taking new cds and dvds for burning. The superdrive tends to just spit these right back out. If you are referring to playing them, then have you tried cleaning the dirty ones? Check the help section at www.apple.com. they have wonderful solutions. Try to put in a couple new cds or dvds to play. Open up itunes or the dvd player before you put the disks in. If you're still having trouble, make use of that warranty and go to your nearest apple store to fix it right up!
Hope this helps!