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You have a Radioshack PRO 505XL, and I take it that you have the mic connected to the set and not using the internal mic, is this correct?
If this is so, the problem might very well be the wrong mic for that radio brand & model, or if it's the correct mic, then it's a dead mic, but if you're referring to the radios internal mic, then it could be a wire has come lose or that mic needs replacement, which ever it is, it means replacement or re-soldering.
your need go to device manager on the internal mic thing click on it and rollback driver to original or update it one of those should work or go to control panel under sounds then recording devices and clic to make you internal mic your default mic and make sure its not muted
You can try going into device manager and find the device and remove it then reboot and let it reinstall the mic drivers. If that does not work try going to the HP site and see if a new driver is available and install it. The mic could have gone bad and you may have to buy an external mic. Thanks for using FixYa
most laptop now a days have an internal mic and webcam. if your laptop has a webcam, most likely, it has an internal mic as well. You can test it using the Windows audio recorder or other applications that uses a mic to confirm if you have it available.
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.
This is not a problem with mic. Settings in System was changed so that mic has been muted. To enable goto contol pannel and Select Sound & Devices and Select Advanced in Device Volume there you will get Master Volume Settings Menu So that uncheck the Mic option and check for Mic Setting in that.
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I've seen that happen once before. The mic might have disconnected from the mainboard or the mic cable might be broken. The connector is located just to the left of the screen hinge (visible after removing the power button cover by lifting the right corner of it and pulling up and out gently). It is the small connector. If it is connected, then is either the wire roken or the mic itself has gone bad. The wire is routed under the screen bezel, which has to be removed in order to gain access to the mic and mic wire. The wire breaks at the neck of the hinge, where it is subject to torsion from swiveling the screen. Hope that helps Fred