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Microphone problem hi i ve checkedall the soundd controllers.... even the external headset jack wasnt working.... i installed the UAA controllers so now the external microphone is working but now it is working. but my integrated microphone is still not working.

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Hi!

integrated microphone really wont work on xp. it's either there's njo choice for us or they are still working on it (which i don't believe). Sorry but the system was designed for Windows Vista that's why, there's no driver designated for XP.

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