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Re: headset wont produce microphone function
U do not need any software to run it sounds like you was duped, crooked, fooled into buying some not quite right somewhere in the system a wire is broke........go to the shop and buy a genuine one and never again buy off some crooking basdard cause the basdards are false......
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Usually the speakers on the laptop would act as a microphone- go into speaker properties, enable microphone and see it reacts. Bar that, you could go with the usb or bluetooth microphone route (I use the same headset for my phone as a microphone for my pc)
Usually with a noise-canceling headset, it might block out most noises, and varying to the quality it might or might not work with people's voices. Normally, there is a small switch on the headset themselves to start emitting a kind of "white noise" to cancel out the outside noises. The headset might cancel out noises that YOU hear from the outside, but it doesn't guarantee that through the mic.
I don't think there is software needed to be installed. I would look a bit more to the instruction manual to see the precise specs on the headset.
Sound and Recording jacks stop working on the DV6000 series due to the ribbon cable running under the power button. when the power button is pushed it bends the flex cable and over time it breaks the connection rendering the front jacks useless you can buy a new upper button panel for about 20 dollars on ebay
Sounds like a problem with the mainboard. Both of those jacks are attached directly to the mainboard. Anyhow, try doing a windows system restore to a day or two before the problem started. This will help to eliminate any software/config issues. If still no good, your best option is likely a PCMCIA (slot card) sound card. This will allow you to connect speakers and a microphone for probably less than 50 dollars. Let me know what happens.
i) on the bottom-right-coner(just beside system time) you will find an sound or headset or icon symboliazing sound, audio, volume...try to click on it(it is software or ur sound driver software which will allow you to configure sound, headset, microphone....)
ii) try to explore it and configure to enable microphone....