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After much research, here is a step-by-step for getting your Vizio Soundbar to work with the Comcast remote using EFC codes (mine is the newer charcoal grey one, works great!) Aux - Setup (2 blinks) - 11144 (2 blinks)Aux - Setup (2 blinks) - 994 - Setup - 00169 - Vol Up - Should get 2 blinksAux - Setup (2 blinks) - 994 - Setup - 00168 - Vol Down - Should get 2 blinksAux - Setup (2 blinks) - 994 - Setup - 00037 - Mute - Should get 2 blinksAux - Setup (2 blinks) - 994 - Setup - 00165 - Power - Should get 2 blinksAux - Setup (2 blinks) - 994 - Setup - 00164 - Input - Should get 2 blinks These are optional, I didn't use them:Aux - Setup (2 blinks) - 994 - Setup - 00036 - <button to use for TVOL> - Should get 2 blinksAux - Setup (2 blinks) - 994 - Setup - 00101 - <button to use for TSHD> - Should get 2 blinks Then set the volume control on the remote and other settings according to the Remote's manual. ENJOY!! Hope this helps someone...
depending on if the sound is actualy not working or just the icon in the tray is missing. goto Start-control panel - sounds see if there is a check place to put sound icon in the tasktray. click on windows sounds to see if there is a sound card installed
If the mic is really been muted, do the following:
Start -> Control Panel -> Sounds and Audio Devices -> Voice [tab] -> In Voice Recording area press "Volume..." button -> check if "mute all" is unchecked and adjust the slider to proper position
what make, model, motherboard, and sound card are you using on your computer. I understand your desire to know why the system would not be working otherwise.. What kind of microphone other then the headset are you using and do you have every reason to believe said microphone is a good mic?
1. Go to Start\Settings\Control Panel\Sounds and Audio Devices
2. Click on the Audio Tab.
3. In the Sound Recording section section, verify that your webcam is selected as the default device.
4. Click on the Volumne button, and verify that the Microphone slider is moved all the way to the top, and that the checkbox is checked.