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There are two main sources windows uses for Audio In (what you are trying to do) usually there is a Mic or audio in port (headphone jack) and there is a built in microphone. You may need to tell windows to listen to the built in microphone instead of the mic in port on the laptop. To do this right click the speaker icon in your system tray (down near the time) and click on Recording devices. If you are using windows 7 you will see your available recording devices with a sound bar next to them and you will see movement on the sound bar as you make noise. Just make sure you set your default device to the internal microphone here and you should be all set.
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