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1. Click the Start Button, type "MMSYS.CPL" (without quotation marks) in the Start Search box and press Enter. 2. On Recording tab, right-click on the blank area 3. Check “Show Disabled Devices” and “Show Disconnected Devices” and the Stereo Mix should show up.
If it is disabled, right click on it and choose Enable it.
This is the issue regarding the Internal Microphone in the Computer.
Your contacts cannot hear you, until you have enabled the Microphone in the Computer.
You will find the information to enable the Microphone below:
1) Double-click on the Volume Control.
2) Select the "Properties" option from the "Options" menu.
3) Select the "Recording" option in the "Adjust volume for" section. Click the OK button. Check the box labeled "Select" under the microphone volume and you should now be able to adjust the volume for the microphone.
1) Right Click the Volume Icon at the bottom right corner of your screen [The Task bar]. 2) Click [Playback Devices].3) Right Click the [Speakers] Icon and click Properties.4) Click the [Levels] Tab; and there you will see the Microphone Volume slider (The one at the very bottom of the "HD Audio output" and "PC Beep" sliders where you can un-mute the mic playback. Windows 7: 1) Click on Start (the Windows icon) and type sound.2) Click on Sound under Control Panel.3) Click on Recording tab. Select Microphone and click on Properties.4) Click on Levels tab. The default Microphone Boost is set to 0. Increase it.5) Close all the dialog boxes, and the microphone will be ready for use. Hope this helps.
here is the details of what to plug in your sound card
line output (usually with a 1/8" stereo minijack). You can feed this into a cassette deck or an amplifier (ideally connected to a good pair of near-field monitor speakers) for playback and mixing purposes. If you have a really cheap soundcard, it won't even have this and you'll have to get your output from the... headphone jack (with a 1/8" stereo minijack). You can use this for monitoring while recording, but don't use headphones for mixing. line input (usually with a 1/8" stereo minijack). This is the only thing you should plug any of your musical recording stuff into.
the steps u can try is 1. go to start->control panel->sound and audio devices->double click on it and then go to the voice tab->in the voice tab click on to volume button and click on to the options tab and then go to properties and after that in the mixer device select the first option or check the recordings options then check all of the options in the list then click ok you will get a new window which give you the option of unmuting the microphone.
What is the Make / Model of your Laptop? Depending on this, there may be an internal Microphone built into your computer you could use. If not, I can also show you how to specify windows use the "Microphone" as the input device.
Typically Laptops have 2 input selections "Line Input" and "Mic"
Line input is for use when you want to say.. Hook your ipod up to your laptop.
Microphone is a little different, as the input looks like the same as the other Line Input place, however the Microphone port provides power to whatever is plugged into it, which will cause problems if you plug anything other then a microphone into it.
And vice versa, if you plug a microphone into the "Line In" port, the microphone will not work, because the "Line In" port does not send out power to the microphone. Inside Windows Audio if you click 'Options' then properties, click on the recording tab, after this, make sure all the available check boxes ARE checked. Click OK. Then Find the MicroPhone Slider bar, Make sure it is towards the top, and also the checkbox marked "select" is checked. Then go back to Options - Properties - Click Playback, and ok.
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Well what I've done in the past is gone to Radio Shack and bought some patch cords that go from 2 patch cord ends to a headphone jack or you can buy the cord from any place that sells electronic items.
Just tell them what you want to do and they will have the correct cord for you.
Hope this helps
i have compaq cq0 and have no stereo mix or wave out,but i have fixed it,you need to get virtual audio cable,it then puts recording optiond in recording devices,my sound now is better than what it would be if i had stereo mix,you can get virtual audio cable for three on www.thepiratebay.org, also look it up on utube to see video of how to set it up,belive me it is better than stereo mix,my sound is so rich and crystal clear when i stream music over internet,hope this helps you lads
ok sir .....if u r using vista then click on start and then click on the the start search option and type in sound and hit enter ......it will take to the sound proprities,,,,,then click on the option that select the option that says microphone click on it and select the option that says configure....... and then select the option that says test clcik on next and then ur microphone isn ready to work....