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Installed a webcam with a microphone onto a pc -using dtanard windows xp package, but can't get the mic to work, hear the other end ok.

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  • njmoloneyx Feb 17, 2008

    thanks- mic registering on the pc, just gonna try it on skype.

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Hi njmoloneyx,

First see your webcam mic pin is connected with computer microphone jack and after this please check the audio volume control settings and uncheck on microphone mute click

It will solve your problem if anything still require please free to ask me.

Regards,

Ashok

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

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