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Skype sound When I am talking on the mic on the computer with someone we get cut off after 1 to 4 minutes.

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Go to controlpanel open volume controller and goto option open properties then select mic boost 2

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No audio detected when i am using my skype to call someone.

Do you mean that you are getting no sound from your speakers when someone is talking? Is your audio device installed correctly and does it have the sound selected for the relevant device?

Aug 26, 2013 | Intel D946GZIS Motherboard

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I've been trying with the latest infinity drivers i could find but the sound is still all cracking up when talking through vent, tp and skype. have gone through all the configurations in the programs as...

Two possible things come to mind.

1) It could be your internet connection...if it's not shovelling data fast enough in both directions you get sound dropping out.  Test this by seeing how your computer records sound a book or paper to Sound Recorder for 30 seconds or so, and see what the sound quality is like.  If that's fine, it's probably your (or the person at the other end) internet connection.  The only solution to this is upgrade your connection, or trying to talk at a different time of day (evenings are busiest)

2) Are you using an external microphone/headset?  A dodgy connector or broken wire would give you broken sound too.
Please rate me if you found this helpful.  Thanks.

Mar 06, 2010 | DFI NF4 SLI Infinity Motherboard

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I cann't talk another with skype, yahoo messenger. when i can start talk they have messege me ur microphone quite.

kindly check the audio setting may be the mic is mute just double click on the speaker icon in the right hand corner side where you can see the time clock open the sound devices and choose the mic option and remove the tick.

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Feb 10, 2010 | Intel DG31PR Motherboard

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My MIC, Line In and Line out sockets are occupied by my surround sound system. I need to use a Mic for Skype ad have tried a USB headset but both the Windows 'Sound Recorder' and the Skype 'Sound Test...

A local computer store or Radio Shack should have a splitter that you can use for that. I also have speakers into those connectors and needed a splitter to also connect a headset for online game matches. Should be under $8.

Oct 05, 2009 | Intel Motherboard

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Built in USB mic not hearing me GDMALL 1370 on vista

Recheck default sound card settings in the Record setting. The device needs to show up. Make sure volume is up high enough.

Jul 09, 2009 | ASUS M2N-E SLi Motherboard

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Microphone(MIC)Of head set not working(got removed wrongly)

This usually just gets reinstalled whenever you restart your computer be it Vista or XP. In your case, the drivers for the Microphone probably got deleted. The Microphone driver comes in the package together with the sound card. You'll have to re-install the whole sound card driver to have it start working again. You can do this from the Device Manager. After doing this, the microphone together with the whole sound card drivers should start working again.

Sep 17, 2008 | ASUS M2N-E SLi Motherboard

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1. You need install the driver for sound card.

2. Check the device manager for disabling of it (my computer - property- hardware-device manager

3. In device any yellow mark is there then there is some proplem for driver. You download it from

May 12, 2008 | Intel D101GGC Motherboard

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Mic isn't working in Skype

Your logitech will not fix your C-Media CM6501driver.

Does your sound function? Can you hear sound through speakers or headset?

You did the right thing by testing the mic in control panel, audio device. Lets look at one other place.
Open control panel than open system. Click the hardware tab & than click device manager button. Scroll down to Sound, video and game controller. Click the + sign. Do you see a yellow ! point? If you do see the yellow ! point than you need to reinstall your sound driver software. Or better yet download the latest audio driver for your board from Asus web site listed at the link posted here:
CMedia beta driver. Version: V5.12.8.1802

If there was no yellow ! point than your audio chip is defective.
Your audio & mic are intergrated into the board. The audio chip controlls both audio & mic. This is a very common break down for Asus boards, (made in China).

Your board was made in 2006 & it's warranted for three years.
You have two choices.
1. You can buy a PCI sound card & install that into your system.
You'll have to turn off the intergrated audio in the bios as well.

2. You will have to call Asus & talk with the tech dept.
812-282-2787 IL EST
A tech will ask you for the serial no# located on a white sticker on your pink printer port Lpt-1. The tech will have you re-run the test you preformed (setting up the mic). Than they will issue you a case no#.
Than you'll have to call CA, RMA dept. 510-739-3777
You give the RMA dept your case no#. They email you instructions. You pay to ship your board to Asus tech IL.
Than around 10 working days they'll ship (free) it back to you (replaced with another board), but working.
Same model no#, different serial no#.
(I so hate giving out bad news!)

The choice is your's.
Good luck & best wishes

Don't forget to vote please..

Mar 08, 2008 | ASUS M2N-E SLI (M2N-E SLI GREEN)...

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