I can not used my built-in microphone, it's not functioning.
But i can use my headphone when i plugged into the audio jack of my acer aspire one notebook.
I already did the solution(To test the microphone, click "start" button, then "Control Panel", then "Sounds and Audio Devices". On the popup window that opens, click on the "Voice" tab, then click on the button that says "Test Hardware". After several seconds this will bring up a test program that will show a noise level meter when you're speaking into the microphone. "The default device listed under voice recording should be "Realtek HD Audio Input".) to my acer aspire one notebook. But still, it's not working.
My problem is, i can not use it, in outdoor or its portability. I have to bring my head set/ headphone. Too many things to bring in my case. Its not portable. I am uncomfortable with my Acer Aspire One notebook every time i bring out in outdoor area. Like Malls & Restaurant, etc.
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Re: I can not used my built-in microphone, it's not...
In device manager right click your realtek driver and update
then in control panel realtek hd audio open click mixer and
you will see mic volume and stereo mix
click on the dot under mic it will turn yellow
then click on the wrench icon and check both boxes
restart pc and please let me know if this fixed ya
if not then we'll need to check some other settings.
I have the same pc and i have no probs at all
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I believe it has both, strictly speaking it won't be a dedicated sound card as such but the capability will be integrated onto the motherboard. According to Acer Support the 5532 has High-definition audio support, Two built-in stereo speakers and is MS-Sound compatible. The peripheral subsystem has a Headphone/speaker/line-out jack and a Microphone-in jack should you want to add an external microphone for better quality recording.
Please follow the below steps. On this image "E" is the headphone and speakers jack. You can insert the speakers here.
Provide audio output when headphones or amplified speakers are not plugged in.
B. LCD panel release latch
To open the LCD panel, slide the release latch to the right.
C. Battery status indicator
LED blue - battery is fully charged
LED purple - battery is charging
LED blinking - battery charge is very low
D. Power status indicator
LED on - notebook is on
LED blinking - notebook is in Standby mode
LED off - notebook is off
E. Microphone jack
Plug a microphone into this jack. The built-in microphone is turned off when a microphone is plugged into this jack.
F. Headphone jack
Plug amplified speakers or headphones into this jack. The built-in speakers are turned off when headphones are plugged into this jack
the simple answer is No. The long answer is your laptop/computers headphone output and mic input are completely separate on the sound card. Meaning there are no tie to the audio in on the heaphone lines, and vise versa on the mic/line in. Sorry to disappoint.
Welcome to the computer age. I looked up your HP W1907 monitor. It comes with a built in microphone and speakers but no audio jack for plugging in headphones. You will need to find an audio jack on your computer tower. Most new computers have audio and microphone jacks on their front face. In most cases there will be a picture of a microphone or headphones next to the jack to tell you what it is. If you can't find one on the front, look in the back. The audio jack is usually color coded green. I hope this helps you out.
Standard audio configuration for computers is: Pink jack is a Line In for microphones, green jack is a line out for headphones, and the blue jack is a digital line out to connect compliant stereo systems.
I had the same problem with my Acer 5570 and I just fixed it. What I did is to go to Control Panel > Sounds And Audio Devices >Hardware >On Devices click on Reatek High Definition Audio >Click Properties > On Devise Usage choose the option Do not use this devise (disable) > click OK >then plug in your headphones, click on Realtek High Definition Audio properties again and click on Enable Devise **with the headphones plugged in**. It worked for me.