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MICROPHONE PROBLEM Hello: when i bought my computer as a second hand, there was only one C partition. Then I decided to add another two partition and format the drive . after installing new Window, I am having problem with sound system. I CAN HEAR THE INCOMING SOUND, BUT OUTGOING VOICE SYSTEM HAS PROBLEM. I APPRECIATE IF THE SOLUTION TO THIS PROBLEM IS EMAILED TO ME. THANKS

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Your problem from what i can gather is that the sound is crackling?... what your gonna want to do i 2 things 1sy try headphones,if the sound is still bad go to the windows mixer and turn down the levels of the "wave" and the "volume control" to about 75% and this should solve your problems

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