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Backpanel socket for microphone is not recognised. Speaker socket is alright.

Dear Sir, The motherboard does not recognises the back panel socket to which we connect MICROphone. But the speaker is recognised. When we play DVD sound comes. But when we speak to the microphone no sound is heard. Please advice what has to be done. The same microphone works in other computer. Best Regards, S.Madhyasta

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In order to hear sound on the microphone you need to check the Mixer settings as the default setting for microphone (for playback) is mute as you would get some horrible feedback..

double click on the speaker icon in the bottom left and chose properties from the options menu you may (or may not) have the option to select microphone for playback, however there should be a setting for recording which should give you a slider to set the recording levels for the microphone, use sound recorder or other recording software to test microphone is working

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