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Tried to use mic, only picking up computer sounds.

Alright, well i unpacked it, set the mic in the Mic (pink) and In (green) holes on the back of my computer, i went to set up microphone , it only hear the sounds that are made on the compter

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Ensure that you have selected the Microphone or the Line-in as your recording input. It sounds like you have set STEREO MIX as the recording input. Double click your speaker, select from the drop down "Properties" then Adjust volume for (RECORDING) select that and ensure that your appropriate recording device is selected. (XP)

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