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I recently updated my drivers and since this time I've gotten massive feedback on teamspeak.

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  • sammeal Dec 16, 2008

    Yes, I changed nothing in the settings. It seems as though anyone that I'm on TS with can hear all of my gamesounds and their's as well.



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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, pls check the settings of the Sound and Audio Devices inside the Control Panel. On the Sound Recording (Microphone) settings, pls disable (if now present) Mic Boost. Or lower the Mic settings on either or both Playback and Recording Modes.

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Go into control panel, select your audio device, right click and select properties. Click roll back drivers. Evidently the newest drivers aren't working on your system. Or use a system restore to restore your computer to a point before you updated the drivers.

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Massive feedback? can you clarify?
Are your teamspeak settings correct still? same sound card selected and so on?

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

  • Ekse Dec 16, 2008

    Check the settings, make sure Microphone is selected on the right sound input. It might be on StereoMix that includes both your voice and all the other sounds.


    also in the bottom right corner of the screen find the speaker icon double click to open the volume control, then file and properties, select recording, make sure its selected on microphone and you might want to turn the volume down on the other devices you see in recording, stereomix for example turn it down, Wave also you might see that turn it down also (in recording not in playback) You may also want to try disabling microphone boost if you have it enabled.

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