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Microphone does not work on Dell Latitude 4300. Just signed up to Skype, first time that used it reported that could not detect a microphone

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Dell latitude E6400 mirco phone not working in skype yahoo chat talking so what is soltion


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You have to change Skype audio settings to use the inbuit microphone of your notebook. Follow the instructions below:

1) Start Skype


2) Click Tools > Options in the main menu.

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3) Find the Audio Settings tab and click on it.

4) In the Microphone drop down menu, select the inbuilt microphone of your notebook.You'll notice that as select the correct one from the list, the green indicator in the volume bar moves back and forth when a voice is detected by the microphone.

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4) Click Save.

5) Now test your sound.

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