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first if your phone have a voice recording option check that your **** is working properly or not by recording any voice for 5 to 7 secs. If it is probable that mic is working properly say you listen the recorded voice than you might have muted the voce increae it by side bottons if present or from phone's sound settings
if everything works fine check your audio setings lower right side of your screen right click on the speaker icon check playback devices and recording devices select using the drop down on the menus if there are other audio devices on the list try selecting that and play around your Mic if you can do a recording on microsoft and check if the mic is in mute undet the sudio properties under sounds check th mic settings ..... ^_^
Assuming you are running Windows XP or Vista, check the sound recording settings. In the Control Panel, select Sound and then check if the webcam is selected as the source for the sound recording. Also make sure the sound recording volume level is not set to zero (which it often is!).
If your webcam driver is properly installed and has a microphone, this should fix it.
I know this sounds silly, but is your microphone plugged in?? Is it muted? Can you record anything using your microphone and Sound Recorder (Start, Programs, Accessories, Entertainment, Sound Recorder)?
It may be that this person is "messing around" with you, or their speakers are rigged, from my experince, it sounds like your headset is perfectly fine, or your headset microphone switch was toggled on "Off" Msn is just a instant messaging chat, shouldn't have anything to do with your headset.