Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
In your Volume Control settings there is a MIC MUTE that may have been turned on. Just clear the checkmark out and that will turn it off. Also in Control Panel / Sounds And Audio Devices / Audio tab, in the Sound Recording section, choose the Volume button. A small window will open titled Microphone. Make sure that this is not muted, and that the Volume control is not turned all of the way down.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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