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Microphone does not work

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Hi doug810, if your sound is working your mic is most likely working too. It just needs setup. Open control panel. Than open the Sounds and audio devices icon. Click on the Voice tab in the properties window. Click the test hardware button & follow the on-screen prompts. (Win XP systems).

Good luck doug810!
Mike


Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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