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External mic not working after formatting.

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SOURCE: nx7010 mic problem

Did you check the sound settings for the mike?

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SOURCE: internal mic stopped working

Reboot
Reinstall last service pack again
reboot
retry

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Conexant HD-Audio smart audio 221 Drivers for XP

have you tried going to the control panel and under sounds and audio devices and under the voice tab make sure nothing is muted or something like that? does it only not work on the yahoo program? you can see if it is working in other stuff by going to the sound recorder in start menu - all programs - accessories - entertainment - sound recorder

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SOURCE: how do i disable my built in microphone?

double click on the sound icon in sys tray to access properties and disable from there or just turn the slider all the way down

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SOURCE: hp pavillion dv6000 headphone mics don't work, external mics work

check external mic in another system.
update the bios of the sytem.
update drivers of sound cards

Posted on Apr 11, 2009

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I dont understand how to use an external mic. Use of external mic.


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