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The microphone in my toshiba notebook Satellite L350-16l doesn't work. I should have an integrated microphone but it doesn't appear to be so. what can I do to activate it? Thanx

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  • marijanas17 Feb 17, 2009

    I wish it were that simple :( i know i should have it but i can't seem to find it anywhere. in the control panel when i go to sound it says that the microphone is not plugged in and it gives me no other option. thanks anyway

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Check if your mic is mute on volume controls.

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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    morey dumo Feb 17, 2009

    you can see that in the lower right side (system tray) right click the speaker icon and open volume control. check also if the mic is installed on the system device manager.

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