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This is simple ... get the sound driver that is supported by the operating system you are running. Get the speakers and microphones which are required (supported). The computer will not run them if it can not run them. simple.
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So it is strongly recommended to download the latest audio driver from the internet for your sound-card or on board audio chipset. Install the vista compatible audio driver (sound driver) for your sound-card or motherboard audio. After this re-start your computer. Half of the work is done.
Now plug in the microphone in your sound-card / motherboard audio pin (generally pink in color for microphone).
After this go to control panel > sound and audio device settings. Check whether the microphone is detected by Vista or not. If not, check whether you have selected the frontal microphone or rear, as vista recognizes them separately unlike windows Xp. Correct the configuration of front/rear mic if needed.
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