Thank you very much for providing the URL for the Site for the Motherboard Manual for my Board.:-) I just left a Very Nice Statement thanking you for doing this for me at FixYa's Website. Once again thank you very much.James Evans-Clovis CA..
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I don't think a virus would do that, is it possible the microphone cable or jac is damaged?
You should be able to check volume settings. Open the windows volume control, click on options-properties, click on "recording" the click OK, you should be able to select your input and adjust mic level. also check balance control.
Sometimes other programs may change these settings.
I have recorded live many times on my computer but now the imput will not come via the mike input. I have good sound coming from the speakers but from music files- Is it possible for a virus to disable the mike input? kingofswing
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Hi, mother boards were designed with compatibilities with o/s or supported by windows version. If you still have the manual when you bought your PC, you can find what operating system supports the chipsets of your motherboard from lan card to sound card. If your lan card or video card is not supported with vista O/S then you can find the driver needed for it by browsing thru the internet, say if you have asus mother board, check the asus site at URL, http://www.asus.com, at asus web page you will find categories of menu, and a search box will be there and just input *********** board model say PJ41GT driver for XP. the search engine will provide you the right driver for downloading.
Click the link below to find a page that will provide you with two different images of the board. One image is black and white with everything numbered and identified. The other image you will find is in color with everything on the board numbered and identified.
I am also providing you with a link to the Product Guide... Click the link below to go directly to the Product Guide. It's a PDF and, if I were you, would save it to my hard drive or some other type of media for future reference.
all mother board bios has a beep coad for successful post. looks at mother board manual which is provided with ur mother board. or vander web site. (some mother board one single beep for successful post).