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If you are taking the sound output from the green output socket on the back of your tower, then your speakers must be powered by a mains adapter.
You will have a black main adapter similar to a mobile phone charger, and the output from that on a thin wire will plug into one of your speakers, normally the one with the volume control on it.
To test if the speakers are powered up and working, plug an MP3 player into the green plug that goes to the speakers, does that play ok?
Have you opened your C- media mixer to make sure the mic input is not muted and make sure the volume level is up? You can go to advanced controls and select it as the displayed unit if it is not initially displayed. This link can get you to your download should you need it. http://labtec.custhelp.com/app/answers/list
The labtec webcam 1200 does not have a built in microphone.
Most desktops do not have a built in microphone, with exceptions of the ones that come built into the monitor. You find that most sound cards have an input jack to connect a microphone. To be sure if your computer does or does not, the make and model of your computer would be needed to check the computer specifications.
Check the Device Manager to see if it is discovered and connected with drivers installed. Otherwise, install the disk that came with the microphone to install the drivers. If it didn't come with the disk, reboot your computer with the microphone connected to the computer - upon boot, the computer should prompt and let you know a new device has been found and will install the drivers automatically.
i had the same problem it's because your plugging it into the front of your computer....plug it in the back and it should work....there should be something that pops up or click in the right hand corner there's an icon that says sound afftect....you need to acknoledge that it's a mic not a cam that your plugging in