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Intel D865GBF, having sound-max, is not giving signal to speakers. While using sound-max wizard mic input signals are shown, but there comes no sound in speakers while testing it...

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Goto the your Start button, control settings, sound, click advanced, make sure your mic is not muted, and the proper input is selected(usb, or however you mic is connected.) Make sure you get levels here when talking or tapping the mic lightly. Sound max should work if this is set correctly.

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