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My CVL-1064 desltop mic worked fine until my computer wiped my Windows XP harddrive clean and installed Windows 7. Now it does not work at all.

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which operating system do you use? and check the sound driver from { if windows,right click my computer then click manage then device manager, see there is sound driver is installed or not.} if not then install sound driver.

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It sounds like a driver or hardware incompatability issue. Go to the Toshiba web site and see if they have updated Windows 7 drivers or other support for your system first.

Second, you may be able to get the mic to work using the Windows 7 compatability mode which mimics Windows XP.

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Have you installed batteries in it? It has to have apower source. It probably has an on/off switch as well. Good Luck

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Sounds like the port/ soundcard has issues.
My advice to anybody using mics wich plug into soundcards is get an interface mic pre and a real mic. Interfaces can be had for cheap these days as long as mic pre quality doesn't matter to you, and you can get a shure sm-57 mic for $80 wich will last a lifetime.

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Install batteries in it
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Hope this helps. It shouldnt need software.

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For Vista 32 bit. Go to the driver manager. De-instal/delete the driver in the Sound, Video and Game section. In my case it was RealTek High Def Audio ver 6.0.1.5371. (Select Delete the driver files.) Reboot. Vista will reinstall a driver. In my case it was Microsoft High Def audio ver 6.0.6000.16386. I had the mic plugged in when I rebooted to load the new driver. The Cyber Acoustics ML-1060 now works fine. Hope this helps.

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A couple things you might try:

Right click on your volume icon in Windows, and see if the mic input is lowered at all. Bring the fader up as high as it can go on the mic. Depending on your sound card, you might also see an icon marked "-20 db pad". Make sure this is NOT checked.

According to the specifications, the CVL-1066 has a frequency response of 100-10000 Hz. If your voice is particularly low (and I mean, really, really bass-heavy), it might not be able to pick it up clearly.

One last thing to check is that you've plugged it into the "mic" port on your sound card and not the "line in" port. If you post your sound card type (or motherboard), I'll help you further with which port it should be plugged into. Also be sure to mention if you're using Vista or XP (or another OS altogether).

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There is nothing!


I had the same problem. Here's how i fixed it.


I uninstalled the sound completely from my computer. Then i restarted the computer. This will reinstall the drivers for your sound and the one you need for your mic. I have vista but this should still work for XP.

-right click on computer (should be on ur desktop or under start menu)
-select manage
-device manager
-click on the plus next to sound, video and game controllers
-right click on the audio (high definition audio device)
-select uninstall
- restart your computer.

This will do the trick.
your computer should recognize the mic.

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