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If youre sly you can get away with using a paper clip to push on an eject mechanism on the side towards the back. If that doesn't work you may have to disassemble. Depending on which year model you have you might need a Torx precision driver (one can be bought at home depot for <$10) and a precision phillips head screwdriver. If you're unsure on how to open it up, do a youtube search, theres plenty of videos on how to do it right.?
1. Make sure you are having correct drivers installed for your sound card 2. If you are using realtek sound controller, change settings from there... and not to mention make sure your headset is working.... :)
This is very subjective, but either the MacBook or MacBook Pro because the MacBook Air is more expensive than the Macbook because it is thinner, but does not outperform it.
Now between the MacBook and MacBook Pro there are so general guidelines:
-If price doesn't matter, the MacBook pro is the best Apple laptop because of its RAM and Aluminum body finish, also its Sandy Bridge processors and its new Thunderbult Port.
If price does matter, than there are some general deciding factors:
What do you do? If you work on your MacBook pro using PhotoShop and Movie Editors and a lot of software- the MacBook Pro is what you want. Also if you game, the MacBook pro is awesome.
Is it just for fun? If you want this laptop just for recreational use and not for games requiring heavy processing power for graphics, just get the MacBook.
I uninstalled everything to do with sound etc, removed the sound card (gameport included), cleaned up the registry, installed a new sound card with gameport and it is now working. With a new soundcard, you get up to date drivers and that, I think, was the problem. MSFFP does not like an old Aztech Soundcard. Drivers for the joystick are included in XP and seem to function OK but I doubt whether you will be able to use it in Vista. I have the handbook if anybody wants a scanned copy.
Friend there are two possible solutions that i can suggest:
1) Maybe you don't have an updated antivirus on your computers
so a part of your driver maybe corrupted.
A possible solution is to install an updated antivirus program if you do not not have any or update it to your antivirus company's web site if you have already. After doing this reinstall your driver for your sound card. Then there you go.
2) Maybe you are not using a sound card (it is recommended that you use a soundcard to have the best sound). If you do not have one you'll need to buy one. After doing this repeat my solution number 1).
Thanks i hope i have solved your problem.
P.S. please rate me if it helped you!
2. other wise ur pc mic supporting software is not properly added
sol. if u r using windows xp, double click the volume icon ( located on ur desktop startmenu bar) click options, properties,
recording, and check the microphone then click ok button
check and select the microphone button and increase the volume and check it
3. check sound functions, some times ur software used in voice cancelation mode change mode.