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Most cameras from 2004 did not include sound on the video feature.
What does your user manual say?
From my little research using Yahoo Search, I have found that your camera does have a built-in speaker, but no mention of a microphone
NOTE: Movie and Sound Recording Modes"
The C-770's Movie mode is accessible via the Mode dial on top of the camera (marked with a small movie camera symbol). Once in Movie mode, you can record QuickTime or MPEG4 movies with or without sound.
So there you have it. You have to tell the camera you want it to record
sound or not and that is going to be located in the user manual.
This was done intentionally by the camera manufacturers. I agree that it is not fair but the purpose of the movie mode is not to replace a video camera. It just allows you to take short movie clips. Depending on how long you have owned the camera you might be able to exchange it for a model that does allow audio capability in movie mode as Olympus does have other FE models that allow for this feature.
Page 104 of the advanced camera manual explains how to enable the microphone to be able to record movies with sound. If you do not have that manual it can be downloaded from www.olympusamerica.com website
The movie mode function allows you to record short movie clips. The recorded movies can be played back or stored as still images using the cameras index function. Please note that the D-390 does not record sound in the movie mode.