Question about Intel D845GVSR Motherboard
Microphone might be in mute mode or the volume of the microphone is very
low. I assume that you have inserted the jack of the Microphone in the
correct port colored pink.
In Windows XP :-
Step 1. Click Start -> Control Panel -> Sounds and Audio Devices
this will open a window
Step 2. Click on the Volume tab and under Device Volume click on
Advanced tab will open the Master Volume window
Step 3. Search for the Mic Volume, if it is not there click Options ->
Properties and then check the box beside Mic Volume under
the volume controls then click OK now it will show in the
Master Volume window.
Step 4. Then check the volume of the Mic Volume is full and there is
no check mark beside Mute.
If this doesn't solve the issue give me a feedback about the problem with much more details and the operating system you are using.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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