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My headphone's mic is not working in my pc while it is working in others pc.My headphone's model is:Odyssey OD 212.My sound driver is of realtek.I am using Windows xp service pack 2.

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Possibly Your MIC is muted in Volume controller -Advanced increase the volume of the mic. Check the proper mic is selected using advanced audio properties

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