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well ..i cant see what type of conection you mic has and what you really want to achieve as far as quality of sound or ultimate use..,but...here are some ideas..
A mic needs a pre amp and that is often built into some cheap but usable mini mixers made by behringer..You could pick up one and a good cheap dynamic mic[dynamic mics are best close to the sound source] with a lead and then go from the main output of the little mixer to the audio input of the computer.. A second but easier way and one that could give very good results is purchase a USB input microphone and this will have mic pre amp built in so it just plugs into your computer usb port.. SE electronics ,Rode make brilliant ones that are used often for podcasting..[well worth the +-100 uk pounds] but i am confident that berhinger will make a usable model for much less money[these type usb condensers will be sensitive and give clear results]...
On the back of your Wii are USB ports. Your microphone should plug into one of these. If it's a male mic port (not USB) you'll have to hit a Radio Shack (or something of the like) for a mic to USB converter. - Don't pay more than $20.
so u connected it to the usb . . . it propably works it just dont make sound /. . . i dont think that it is supposed to make sound is it? wut is the mic for ? guitar hero or rokband? if so then it aint supposed to . . . u just sing if not ttell me wut it is for and i can help u writ bak -eli the cewest kid on da blok
go to sound icon in bottom task bar, double click on it,go to options,then properties,then click RECORDING,make sure you have a tick in MIC,then go to back to sound icon in bottom task bar,and adjust mic settings to suit