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Inbuilt microphone is not working for C765TU win xp


The sound icon is present on task bar but the options available are as follows::No any MIC present in this.In properties the "Conexant audio input ::Recording::Microphone" is checked but still it is not working.Is there any problem with the sound card or the compatibility of the inbuilt or external microphone with this version C765TU with win xp?
Please help me out to resolve this.

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  • sunil patil Aug 28, 2008

    hi, there microphone is available in sound properties but the mute option is not enabled and i am not able to use the inbuilt as wel as external microphone.If i connect the microphone i can here the sound through headphone but at the same time the laptop speakers are also giving output of sound.

    so, what must be the reason.

  • debsandipan Sep 30, 2008

    I have the same problem . can anybody help

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Hello
if you want see rest volume drivers klick on options, properties

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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    IT aid Aug 28, 2008

    hi there try re-install audio drivers
    http://hapapism.blogspot.com/2008/05/win...

    adn then check again.


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