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Realtek hd audio input controller not working

I got the asus motherboard m2n68-am all drivers are installed properly but the sound input controller mic-line are grayed not functioning.after calling the asus support they advised me to upgrade the bios and driver from the site but this solution is also not worked .

so please help me out of this problem

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Ensure that your mic is plugged into the correct jack.

Access device manager through control panel. Locate, right-click and uninstall the driver from the list.

Reboot your system and let Windows detect your new hardware. If this doesn't work, it may be that your operating system is recognizing your hardware but installing a generic or wrong driver.

If this is the case, go back to device manager, highlight the driver, but this time right-click and select reinstall driver. Make sure to include the drive and path (using the browse button) of the location of your updated drivers when the installation wizard prompts you to.

I hope this helps.

Regards, ~ redqew ~


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