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Realtek audio drivers problem

I have realtek audio drivers installed in my computer now..when i use my head phones i could only hear input sound..but the person at the other end cannot hear mine..i have a serious problem of this from many weeks..and am not knowing how to resolve it..please help

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Are you using a "headset" with a microphone attached to it?

Here's something to check:
right click the speaker in your taskbar (bottom right of screen)
Click Adjust Audio Properties..
Click Audio Tab
Look at "Sound Recording" box.. click Volume
Make sure the "select" checkbox is set for the input you're using. (usually Internal MIC or just MIC)
Close window, restart your audio program and you're set to go!
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Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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