Question about Toshiba Satellite C855D-S5320 Notebook Laptop
When ever im trying to record a video and play it back my voice is not playing back or even when im on skype the other person can't hear me . my speakers are fine but i don't know whats wrong with my mic
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Replace mic for about £20. It could just be a problem with broadcasting connection! Happened to me when had bad internet on skype.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
i think you're driver did not do the right setting for you. try searching drivers from this site http://www.rudytarigan.com/laptop/toshiba-satellite-l310-drivers.htm or search realtex HD manager. They will do all the work for you
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
Sometimes programs like Skype will lose the Mic settings and chose another input channel. Check your operating system's audio settings under something similar to "Recording" and see if microphone is checkboxed and turned up. Also, make sure it is not muted on Skype and/or the operating system.
If you have Windows XP, for example, look for the audio settings icon (little speaker) just left of clock area. Open and go to "options". Choose "properties" then "Recording". Look that your microphone is "Selected" with a checkbox and is turned up. To hear yourself during this, you will need to go back and choose "Playback" instead of "Recording" and de-select "mute" (if checked) for microphone and turn it up to see if you hear yourself talking over the speakers/headphones.
Also, check the Skype settings for microphone and that Skype has the correct sound device selected for input - being your microphone and not another device.
Also make sure that there is not a manual, physical volume adjustment for the microphone on the laptop case itself. Could even be a mute button.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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