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I can't use my hp microphone keeps saying no audio input device

I can't use my hp's microphone. It keeps saying no audio input installed. What can I do??

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First of all check in the BIOS that the audio device is enabled. Then, in Device Manager, check that the sound device is properly recognized and it's driver is active - if not you will have to reinstall it. Finally , from the Realtek Control Panel check that the mic socket is correctly identified and active - take the mic out, start Realtek Control Panel, plug the mic and the corresponding icon should light up if all is ok. If it lights up but you still don't have a mic or it doesn't light up at all then the mic is dead , replace it.
If it lights up but it blink it means that it's not recognized so another window will popup, select the mic in it and it should work.

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If microphone boost is selected, noise can interfere with recording. Follow the steps below to check for and disable the microphone boost setting.

Check Microphone settings

Follow the steps below to verify the microphone settings.

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Make sure the correct recording device is selected.

To access the sound properties, follow the steps below.
1. Click Start , enter sound in the search field, and then select Sound from the list. The Sound window opens.
2. On the Playback tab, select the SPDIF Interface, or audio device.
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4. Click OK , and then close the Sound window.

Also check the link below for resolving the microphone issues.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00833331&tmp_task=solveCategory&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&product=3224052&lang=en#N1457

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