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Have you tried enabling the "Mic Boost" in the advanced system sound settings? Have you ensured that the Mic is not muted in the OS sound control panel? What application are you using to record? Make sure to set your app's input device to the proper card/mic. You'll find that in the Options or Preferences. You shoulds also go to the system sound settings and make sure the audio record device matches your card. If playback is your only problem, go to the system sound settings and make sure the audio playback device matches your card. Let me know if any of this helped. Good luck.
well the ports on the card could be shot and the card might have been installed by a person with a static charge built on thier hands without them knowing, which can cause the card's electronics to fry and be ALMOST completely disabled. try using a different mic or taking the card out and re-installing it.
I presume you are going in through the mic socket on the audigy?
If so the most likely cause is a mismatch between the mic and the mic amplifier on the card, they are designed for cheapo condenser mikes that have a fairly high output.
Also make sure you disable any inputs that ar'nt in use to minimize noise.
If you have the Mike plugged into the line in you have it in the wrong socket.
The best way to get a good result is use an external mic amp or mixer and go in through the line in. Again make sure you disable any inputs your not using (in the computer mixer) and turn down any sliders on the external mixer that ar'nt in use to minimize noise.
If you'r still having problems get back to me with a more detailed description of your setup, whats plugged into where etc...