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Microphone I'm having problems with my microphone, it was working but, idk.. all of sudden it stops working, when I plug it in my microphone thing on the computer it makes a sound, but idk

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My mic was never working i bought it today and pluged it in to my computer an it's not works when i talk in to it and yes it is on

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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