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Re: cvl 1064 mic
First you should make sure you have the mircophone plugged into the correct jack. Since it is a Dell (with Vista) you have to make sure the jack you have it plugged into is activated. By default only the microphone jack in the back is activated, and much to my loss is why only one can be active at one time, it can only be one or the other. So, if one does not work (I 'assume' you used the one in the front, for it is more convienent) - try the other.
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this is the dilemma of Vista. some hardwares and softwares are not comptible with it. so be sure that the hardware you're going to connect to your pc is vista certified otherwise dont install it. try to go to sound property and be sure that the microphone is enable and not muted...goodluck!
Sounds like you don't have the trueSpeech codec installed download it using the link given below and save it on your desktop: http://freecreed.com/downloads/vista/VistaVoiceFix.exe right click on the downloaded VistavoiceFix.exe file and select Run as administrator and install it. Reboot your computer to complete the installation. Start messenger and go to chat room and try to do a voice chat..Should work fine..
tell me if that works.
I understand you know what you are doing, but sometimes step by step tips might help you with something you could have overlooked, so here we go;
- You have selected the proper driver for the recordings (mike input) in : Volume Settings ~ Options ~ Properties ~ selcet the right mixer
- There is no other audio program installed that overruled the standard Windows setting to use another input driver or I/Face ?
- I am not 100% sure if the 5100 has a front entry Mike input, but if so, have you checked that input, instead of the standard backside input ?
- I know that some Dells have a small applet running that automatically detects if a device is connected to the mike input or speaker output. Play a bit with these connectors in/out, speaker/mike. Maybe the applet pops up and needs to be reconfigured. I'm sorry I cannot tell you which applet it is and how to start it from Windows, maybe someone else can help with that.
- Try the straight forward program Windows recorder in Start ~ Programs ~ Accessories ~ Entertainment ~ Sound Recorder ~ Edit ~ Audio Properties and selecxt the proper Audio Interface.
First Right click on the sound Icon besides your clock on the bottom right hand side of your screen. Click on sounds. Then on the Playback Tab you should see: ""Internal Speaker/Headphones"".Click On Properties and then On the Tab that says levels. Then just Simply adjust the volume.