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I had problem with my computer that use window vista about microphone that didn't work properly but in window xp it work normal and the sound when i spoke so loud to out and in window vista not loud. what should i do? can tell me to this problem?

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  1. Right click Volume icon next to clock in lower right corner of the screen.
  2. Click Recording Devices.
  3. Select Microphone from the list.
  4. Click Properties.
  5. Pick Levels tab.
  6. Move the slider as desired.
  7. Click OK twice.

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