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Volume button is not active,and mixer icon display but not active.wot can i do nw.for two days nw,i can not access the volume my pc.

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Just go to control panel from the start menu and then settings In control panel you just find your device driver otherwise download new device driver from the site or reinstall it

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Please follow the below steps to access WebCam and Mic:

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It may be as simple as the balance controls.

You can get to these by selectin the volume control mixer and double checing that they are set to the middle

NOTE these are not the main volume control ones but the smaller slder usually at the top or bottom of the mixer display depending on the sound mixer software used.

If it is windows 7 then double click the speaker icon and select mixer
now click on the speaker icon
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at the right hand side are options for BALANCE and adjust as needed

Windows XP is as follows

ouble click on the volume control from the taskbar or sound options from control panel and the balance sliders are at the top above each volume control

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Ok i plugged it in and i can hear them but they cant hear me


I think you are having an issue with your microphone from what I read on your question. This is usually rectified by going into your sound mixer. Follow the following steps:
1. Double click the speaker icon next to the time on your taskbar.
2. The mixer panel opens, click OPTIONS then Properties.
3. On the properties dialog box click the RECORDING button and make sure that you have a tick in the box beside microphone.
4. Click Ok.
5. The mixer panel reverts to the recording mixer. Look for the microphone Slider and make sure that the SELECT checkbox below it is selected and adjust volume and test. If its still low and you have it turned up all the way you can activate a boost by clicking OPTIONS > ADVANCED. An advanced button will apear below your Microphone volume control slider, click it and activate the 20db boost and re adjust your microphone volume.

Lastly ensure that you have the microphone plugged into the right hole, it’s usually colour coded a pinky/redish colour.

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Not absolutely positive about your model, but on some the volume icons are on the buttons on keyboard along with the keys having something else on them. if thats the case to activate the volume probably requires holding the Fn key + Key with the volume Up/Dwn icon on it.

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Have you tried going into the speaker settings? We'll assume with a new PC you have Vista installed, click the speaker icon on the right side of the tray, and selecting "Mixer" will enable access to volume control for the output devices and for applications.

If no speaker icon is visible To check the volume controls in Windows Vista, click Start and then click Control Panel. Choose Hardware And Sound and then click Adjust System Volume under the Sound section. The Volume Mixer window will open, and you should see volume sliders for Device and Applications. Click and drag the sliders to view the volume level percentages. If the speaker icons show a circle with a red slash, click the icon so the speakers are no longer muted.

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Most IBM / Lenovo Thinkpads have hardware volume control with apropriate buttons above the keyboard (volume up, down and mute). Gnome in Ubuntu is configured in such a way, that the keypresses are trapped (this is correct), apropriate volume window is displayed (correct) and Gnome volume control is modified. Last step is actually wrong - the keys in Thinkpads control the volume hardware directly, so every keypress turns the volume up/down regardless of sound card settings (in Ubuntu case - this would be Alsa mixer). Current behaviour results in volume being changed twice - for example if I press the volume up button, I get volume reduction via Gnome sound mixer plus volume reduction via hardware control. Effectively this creates an exponential (and not linear as it should be) volume change. In short - it is very difficult to control volume, especially relatively quiet sounds, with volume keys only.
The "patch" solution is to decouple Gnome mixer from hardware buttons. Of course it could be done manually, by deleting apropriate key actions in System->Preferences->Keyboard shortcuts, but this also disables windows showing volume. A better thing (but more complex) would involve reading /proc/acpi/ibm/volume and displaying the volume window according to this value at each volume button keypress.
I tested this on T21, T42 and Thinkpad 600. I guess only some R series notebooks (R31 etc.) would not be affected, as these do not have hardware mixer.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Press hardware volume key (eg. volume up) on a Thinkpad
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I hope this helps...

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