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First right click my computer then click properties then hardware then device manager and expand the sound video and game controller and see if the driver is marked with yellow question mark or marked with red X then you will have to reload the drivers and if you dont see any audio drivers then switch of the computer press del and enter bios and enable the audio device then click the volume control in theoolbar and check wether mute is clicked if clicked remove them and adjust volume slider to high
<br />If your laptop has a line-in jack, follow the instructions above for connecting a music player to a desktop computer. But to connect a music player or other audio device to most laptops, you'll have to plug it into a microphone jack. To do so, follow these steps:<br /><br />Click to open Sound. <br /><br />Click the Recording tab, click Microphone, and then click Properties.<br /><br />Click the Listen tab, click the Listen to this device check box, and then click Apply.<br /><br />Click the Levels tab and make sure the Mute button looks like this . If the button looks like this , click it to turn on sound for this connection, and then click Apply.<br /><br />Play some music or other sounds on your device to test the volume coming through your computer speakers. Select the slider under Microphone, drag it right or left to increase or decrease the volume of your audio device, and then click OK. You might also want to adjust the volume on your device.<br /><br />Note<br />If you hear noise coming out of your speakers, try reducing the volume on both the music player and in the Levels tab. The microphone jack is designed to receive sound from a microphone, which is different than sound coming from a music player
Hi! 1. If it is visible, single left click on the 'Show hidden icons' button,
which is usually located near the bottom right hand corner of the
2. Single left click on the 'Volume' icon, which looks like a gray speaker.
3. Single left click and hold down on the slider in the 'Volume' dialog
box. As you are holding down on the left mouse button, drag the slider
up to raise the volume or drag the slider down to lower the volume.
When you let go of the left mouse button, you should hear a tone to give
you an example of how loud the volume is now set.
4. Single left click on the on the blue 'Taskbar' to make the 'Volume' dialog box disappear.
Hope this helps. :)
right click my computer in desktop click properties click hardwares click device manager then expand audio video and game controller see whether the drivers are installed properly if not reinstall the right drivers and restart the compute right click the speaker icon in the task bar click adjust audio properties in the volume you will see a slider move the slider to full and look whether the mute check box is not ticked if ticked remove it and restart the computer
right click my computer click properties then hardware device manager look for audio video and game controller expand by clicking + and see whether the drivers and installed properly if no uninstall the driver and reinstall them if the drivers and installed correctly click start settings control panel double click sound and audio devices you will see in the volume a slider and the drive name mentioned if you can move the slider and be sure not mark the mute button
This sounds like you have a voice morphing program installed. A morph program is useful for distorting your voice and special effects, but it also takes over your mic controls. Go to the control panel and choose sounds and audio devices, then look for the default device under sound recording and make sure your record device is the same model as your sound device and that it says INPUT. Another problem occurs if you right click your little sound/audio icon on the taskbar and choose open volume control then left click. Do that now and choose, options, then properties. Now on mixer device, choose one that says input. The white window on the bottom of that panel will show you several devices, check mark them all and click ok. Now manually select MIC as your default sound input device and close then try again.
go to your control panel then to your sound options to see if the volume has been muted or is turned right down, also click on the audio tab, if its all greyed out then you device isnt installed.to get to your control panel go to your start menu then setting. let me know me know how you get on