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Computer does not recognize microphone

I got a new computer. Plugged in my Dynex Desktop Microphone from my old computer. Apparently, this computer is not recognizing it. I had the computer search for new hardware, but came up with nothing. Any help appreciated.

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Http://www.dynexproducts.com/t-drivers.aspx try this link it is for the support and web load the drivers and then connect the mic and follow install routine. hope this helps A..

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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Some machines will also have a front panel microphone port. This will have a small mike icon next to the port.

Next you need to ensure that the audio device is set to Microphone. For Windows systems (Vista/7/8), enter the Control Panel and go to the Hardware and Sound panel. Click on Manage Audio Devices under Sound. Then click on the Recording tab. Check if the microphone listed as plugged in. Make this the default recording device. (XP has a slightly different name for the panel.) For XP through Windows 7, click on the start button and then find the Control Panel listed on the right. For Windows 8, from the desktop, press the Ctrl and X keys at the same time. Then find the Control Panel in the list. (Alternatively, activate the Charms menu, Ctrl+C or hover on the upper right of the screen. Move down and click on the gear (Settings). Then select the Control Panel.)

If the computer doesn't indicate that the microphone is plugged in, make sure that the 3.5 mm plug is in the correct port. Next try the microphone on another computer. The audio card port could be damaged or the microphone cable could be faulty. If the microphone works on another computer, you can try a USB audio adapter (StarTech ICUSBAUDIO or similar) or a new sound card. (Note: some older sound cards do not work properly on newer versions of Windows. If you have a sound card installed and the motherboard has an on-board audio device, remove the sound card. Enable the on-board audio in the computer's BIOS. Install the appropriate audio drivers. Try that audio device. Accessing the BIOS will depend on computer. Often you can press Esc, F1, F2, F10 or Delete repeatedly after you turn on the computer. If Windows starts to boot, turn off the system and try again.) If another computer doesn't recognize the microphone, I'd recommend a new microphone. Fixing the cable isn't worth the effort.

I hope this helps.

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Hi,

Try this:

click on start, control panel, hardware and sound.

Click on manage sound devices and click the recording tab.

Make sure you have a tick on the mic you want to use and double click on it.

Make sure it says" Enabled" in the device usage box, then click on levels.

There should be 2 sliders, one is the volume of the mic and the other is microphone boost make sure the Microphone volume is near or at 100

It not too good using microphone boost but you may need to use it a little, if you set it too high you will get the horrible feedback screech.

I hope that helps..

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Sounds like the mic is bad. The only way to confirm this is to plug a different mic into the computer and see if that works. If the second mic gives no sound then the computer may have an issue. Hope this helps.

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