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After i install windows 7 in my ASUS k50c Labtop. when i use the skype microphone is not working what can i do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For Skype voice conversations you should get a USB headset. Not a microphone. The quality of your conversations will be superior, you won't have to hold a mic so your hands are free to type and most importantly you will eliminate the possiblity of feedback (which could happen if your microphone gets too close to your PC's speakers). You can get an inexpensive Logitech one for around $20-$30.
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
A lot of drivers will not work with Windows 7, at least for now. I would go to the Asus website and download the XP, Vista and 2000 or 2003 drivers for the sound and network cards you are trying to get to work. Try each one out. You may get one to work with Windows 7, but since Windows 7 is still BETA, I wouldn't hold my breathe.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Windows 7 is still in the beta/testing stage from what I remember.
If you go to this page courtesy of ASUS:
In the search box type in your motherboard p5pe-vm and click on P5PE-VM related files for download
It will come up with a seperate window that will ask you the OS that your installing and windows 7 is not an option which tells me that drivers aren't available for your motherboard just yet, it may down the line once windows 7 becomes publicly available.
Posted on May 04, 2009
You need to check the Microphone setting in Skype.
Open Skype, Click on Tools - Audio Settings, then in Microphone settings click the down arrow and select the built-in microphone then save the settings.
If the microphone you selected doesn't work then select a different one.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
You're motherboard has the following audio chipset:
SoundMax ADI AD1986A. There is no specific Windwos 7 audio driver for your motherboard yet, but any Windows 7 compatible driver for the AD1986 will do.
I found a Vista driver on the Asus site which should be compatible, although I didn't check it myself (since I don't use Win7 yet). The download link is on this page: http://support.asus.com/download/download_item.aspx?product=1&model=P5VDC-X&SLanguage=en-us&Type=all
Yeah, the page loads very slow, but whenever it's there, download & try the "ADI AD1986A Audio Driver v6.10.01.6070" driver.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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