Normally every Lap is coming wit internal mic; so 1- Simply check your mic is mute or not
2 - Check your mic volume
3 - Use sound recorder that comings with windows (just record & play)
4 - Use an external MIC (known as working) with sound recorder
5 - Check in control panel->sound and audio device --> default recording device and Voice recoding device as your system’s built-in audio device (some times it’s changing when we installing b-tooth deice)
6 - Check device manager --> under sound audio controller for any issues
7 – Uninstall & install completely your Audio Device driver with default settings. ** If you didn’t solve your prob; my advice is take your lap to a good technician with component level Repair skills. Thank you & Best Regards Dinu..
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This is more than likely feedback from your mike. You'll need to turn the mike off the stop the feedback. Right click on the speaker in the lower right of the display and recording devices to shut the mike off.
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make sure that your mic input is not muted. look under control panel/sound and audio devices, then under your microphone, select "volume" and make sure the input is selected (with a chack mark in the box under the mic volume control) and not muted.
sorry, accourding to the laptop specs found here you do have built in speakers but no mic! you need to get mic and headphones or a headset to say chat with sound through your mic using msn messenger or skype.
Click Start/All Programs/Accessories/Sound Recorder. Click Start Recording and talk to your computer in a normal voice. When you finish click Stop Recording. Type in a file name and click save. Open the file and play it. If it works you have a built in mike, otherwise buy yourself an external, which I recommend anyway, because the built in mikes are generally not good enough for voice recognition or VOIP.
Try this: Play back a recently recorded scene through the viewing screen. Make sure any "mute" setting is turned off and turn the volume up. If you can hear the sound, the problem is not in the camera. Also, run through your menu's audio settings to make sure that they are set correctly. If you can't hear any sound, repeat the process with an external mike attached. If this gives you sound, the camera's built in mike is defective. Time to hand it in for repair. If you still can't hear any sound, something else is wrong with the camera. Again, send it in for repair.
You did great troubleshooting for your laptop. If the sound is fine and good for the headset, your sound card is probably not the problem. The driver aspect, should not be the problem either if it works with your headset. So herein lies the dilemma...the problem is most likely due to some physical componenent between the built-in mike and the computer case itself. You should take it to a laptop repair shop and see what they can do. It has nothing to do with the software or the sound card. It is the physical component of the built-in mike and speakers. Get that checked out and you should be good to go!
You need to check that all of your sound devices are enabled. Most laptops will shut down certain devices when on battery to conserve power.
There are setting available to alter the microphone gain in the sound settings part of the control panel. Under Sounds and Audio Devices Properties. Check the sound recording section under audio, make sure the microphone is enabled and that the volume slider is not at minimum. Under XP there is a test hardware button that should help.