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click start control panel sounds and audio devices select advanced there might be a tick in the mute box untick it or select audio from the microphone drop down list make sure you have the right one selected and in the volume box make sure the microphone box has a tick in it or select the voice tab and make sure that you have the right media selected also select volume make sure the box for microphone has a tick in it hope this helps don
Have you plugged the microphone into the pink socket. You may find that very often the back sockets work but the front may not, so also try the sockets at the rear and then the sockets at the front to find out which ones are "live". If it is saying not detected it is probably in the wrong socket
1. Right click the sound icon in the system tray 2. Click "Adjust audio properties" 3. Go to the "Voice" tab at the top 4. Ensure that a device is selected for the section "Voice Recording"--ensure the appropriate device is seleted--most likely ti will just be one option --make sure it is selected
well I sugest you to upgrade your computer with a removable sound card as Creative audigy for example,as long as you are not using the computer only to listen to music:)so..I suggest you to give up the on board sound card..it will never satisfy your exigence.it is to solicitated and it might fall for good if you keep using it for more than a simple music listen..its not just a software/driver problem..here we are talking about a hardware problem..youre on board soundcard simply cant do the job bye
My microphone has always worked on vista for, I use it everyday on skype, but today it will not work, I can hear the caller but they cannot hear me. I thought my headset was broken and i bought a new one. but its still doing the same thing with the new headset. It says the microphone settings are enabled and working, but when i do the mic test, it says that it cannot hear me. what can i do?? help!
Go to start then control pannel then sounds and audio devices. Then in in the volume tab select advanced in the device volume section. When the mixer comes up go to options then properties select the recording option a recording mixer will come up make sure to check the microphone box. Raise the level in the ixer and you should be golden. If you want to hear the mic select playback mixer and raise the mic level. Hope this helps. : ]