I have an acer aspire one with Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty installed. Problem is that internal mic is not working. It worked fine on XP but i cant get it to work on linux. When I use the sound recorder it gets only noise.
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I suggest you go into control panel and device manager and see if your internal mic is listed there. If it is right click on it and see if it is selected as your default mic. I believe it may be un-selected. If that doesn't work I would just use the external mic with Skype as the internal mics with most laptops aren't that good anyway.
that means the guy or someone who replace the new harddrive didn't to a good job on restiall a new window vista for you, just simply go acer.com and search your model, redownload the sound card driver.
You need to check the record settings and make sure the mic is not muted or turned down to low. Click START, CONTROL PANEL, then SOUND icon. Click the AUDIO tab up top. Make sure that your sound card is selected in the drop down menu under Sound Recording. Now click VOLUME tab. A new window will open up. Click OPTIONS then PROPERTIES. Make sure you have a check by the MIC and click OK. In the Recording Control window, turn the level up for Microphone and make sure it is not muted. Let me know what happens.