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My audio is disconnect

My audio not hear anything.the audio icon at text bar also missing.so what i must do?is that i must change the audio from xp to vista programme/ I have a problem with not being able to record properly using microphone. connected to the mic jack of my advent laptop. I used vista voice recorder and avs4u; both give this problem
I used call corder with the phone and the mic only records me not the other person who is faint to inaudible. I suspect this problem may not be the one of the call corder but that of the sound settings of laptop because this problem (one way recording only) is not present when I do analog recording with a conventional tape recorder and analog dictaphone.
I have tried setting Bitrate>= 64 Kbs and sampling rate >22k following an internet recommendation for human voices, but it is of no avail.

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Go to "start", "Control panel", "Sound and audio devices", check "place volume icon in the task bar" (you may have to uncheck it (apply), re-check it (apply) for it to show up (mine sometimes disappears as well for no reason.
Check that volume (s) are not on "mute"

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