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You may want to adjust the mic volume on the settings of your microphone as it would seem skype loves to auto adjust and turn it all the way up to where the mic no longer hears you. So just set it down as far as you can go and then do this each time that skype blasts the volume of your mic.
I'm guessing the issue is that Skype mutes your microphone? It is probably because of the volume settings in Skype. Guessing you have the latest Skype, go to Tools > Options > Audio Settings, and uncheck "Automatically adjust microphone settings".
Using Skype... 1. click the Call tab and in the resulting drop-down menu, click Audio Settings... 2. in the resulting window for Audio settings: Set up sound on your computer 3. for Microphone Volume, if Automatically adjust microphone settings not set, click its check-box. 4. if prefer to manually set Volume, then uncheck the check-box and click & move slider button.
the sound card in n that netbook is a very weak one, alot of people complain, could be that could also be that you have the wave volume turned down... go to start control panel sound and audio devices right under the volume slider click the advanced tab make sure all tabs there are maxxed out if that doesnt work turn dolby on, suposedl;y that helps... if that doesnt work, turn the volume up all the way, play a soft song, like saxaphone music, adn get the speaker close to your ear, if you can barely hear the music, and get about the same amount of static or white noise, you have a shorted circuit with the internal sound system...