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Microphone not working

In volume function i not work with volume but work with wave [for up down the volume]

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Right click on Systray Speaker icon.
"Open Volume control"
Do you see Microphone column? Be sure is NOT muted.
If you do NOT see it: Option / Properties check if sound device is the correct one (if you have multiple),
Set Playback and mark the control to show (including Mike)
You can now see and tune your Micro volume.

Same process for recording devices: set Recording etc..

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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I have nver come accross a setting that will lock the volume to a set level before, but here are a couple of possibilities that you may want to investigate for the cause.

  1. Not all programs use the master volume control, so do, but most adjust the sound by the wav output. Put the mixer onto the desktop, open things like winamp, media player etc and adjust the volume controls on those to see what is doing what.
  2. If you have a multimedia keyboard with a volume control on it, make sure when your typing it's not adjusting the volume at the same time. Again, put the mixer on the desktop out of the way and type as you would normally. It could even be just the vibrations from typing setting it off.
See how you go and post back your results

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