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It sounds like the Micophone on your machine is 'clogged up' or dirty. it is a very small opening and can easily get blocked.
Clean it out and all will be fine. If not, then you need to get it to a Service Centre for repair.
Also ; GOOD telephone practice is to speak close to the microphone and not point the microphone away from your mouth.whilst talking.
Check you Audio Sound properties and make sure the microphone is checked
as a Recording Device. Click Start/Control Panel and look for Audio or
Sound. You might also be able to click the megaphone that is located
at the bottom right near the time.
You can talk till you are blue in the face, but if the Microphone is not selected as a recording device it won't work.
operating systems will allow you to do a self test of the microphone by
clicking Start/Programs/Accessories/Entertainment/Sound Recorder