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Problem with Sound on D845GVSR

I have a Intel 845GVSR mobo and 1gb ram. The problem is I cannot get the mic to work on the machine. The playback works fine but the mic does not.

I have formatted th HDD, installed the drivers, codes but nothing seems to work.
Appreciate a solution ASAP

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See the audio jumper of ur mother board

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