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How to use laptop mic

I dont know how to use the inbuilt mic of my compaq presario cq60 laptop. please help

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The internal microphone is located near the top of the notebook LCD display or near the bottom of the LCD display near the hinge. Use the following best practices to capture sound more easily.

  • Adjust the notebook screen to place the microphone in the best direction for receiving sound.
  • Speak directly into the microphone. Avoid speaking away from the microphone.
  • When using the internal microphone, choose an environment without background noise.

Posted on Sep 12, 2009

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    Ensure the correct recording device is selected

    To access the sound properties, follow the steps below.






    1. Click
      Start
      ,
      Control Panel
      ,
      Hardware and Sound
      , and then
      Sound
      . The Sound window opens.



    2. On the Playback tab, select the SPDIF Interface, or audio device.


    3. On
      the Recording tab, select the Audio device that is installed on the
      computer. It should be the same as the listing under Sound Playback.



    4. Click
      OK
      , and then close the Sound window.




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Go click the Start >> All Programs (or Programs) >> Accessories >> Entertainment >> Volume Control. Make sure the check box for Microphone is not muted. You can also increase the volume of your mike through that settings.

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