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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Please follow the below steps to set up your microphone properly :-
Firstly check if your microphone's cable is in proper order, if it has been damaged, then it's that physical fault which stops microphone from working.
Now if the wire or cable of microphone is OK, check if you have connected your microphone in the correct slot , in your motherboard , usually there is a sign of mic besides the microphone slot.
Then check for the control panel's sound and audio devices option , by going in your control panel, if you open it and go in the audio tab you should see your recording device as enabled. If it's disabled then you need to install your audio driver's again.
Now , if everything is ok till here , all you need to do is do a microphone check by going to sound recorder (start >programs>accessories >entertainment>sound recorder )in windows xp , in case you are using windows xp or any relevant software in the other operating system which records audio.
Once you have the application like sound recorder try speaking on mic while you activate the record option , if you see that your sound is being recorded, then your mic is functioning properly, if it's not then you need to check if your mic is the current recording device.
To check if your mic is the current recording device , all you need to do it double click on the volume icon on your task bar and you will have volume control box open , then you need to go to the options menu and choose properties.
After you choose properties you will have a radio button for recording , select it and you will find devices for recording , then make sure microphone is selected and click ok.
After you select ok , then you need to select microphone from the recording options to activate recording via your microphone.
Now you should be able to use your microphone properly without any problems. Your feedback would be appreciated. Hope this helps ..)
I guess it is not activated...so ..without input another mic...if your sound is ok ...means that the sound driver is ok .. Double click on the volume icon in the right on the task bar(tray system ) ..and it will open a window with volume controls ..for each device ...if you do not see the mic in the list ...go in the left and click options ..and properties..it will open a window with devices,,, choose the mic from the list and click on the case to select it .. and ok ...after that the mic will appear in the volume control ...activated...be sure the volume is up ...and the mute case is not selected..and restart ...it should work in this moment if it is all functional ..in the physical sense ...
In WIN XP there's a Sound icon in the System Tray for Volume (double-click), or you might find it in Control Panel - Sounds and Audio Devices - Volume Tab - Advance - click the Mute box for Microphone.
Or something similar on whatever platform/OS you're using.
Is your mic plugged into the correct socket (Pink), is the mic volume up and not muted. To check this Right click the speaker Icon on your task bar and select Open volume controls. If there is no speaker Icon you will need to click Start, Control Panel, Sound and Audio Devices(on classic view), Volume, Advanced. make sure the mute box is NOT ticked. Also check for any switches on your mic.
At first let me tell you should have Operating System Vista for the inbuilt mic to work to get the full performance as it has the drivers.
Got to Start>All Programs>Accessories>Entertainmnet>Sound Recorder.
You can check the mic is working or not.
go to "start", "Control panel", "Sound and audio devices", check "place volume icon in the task bar" (you may have to uncheck it (apply), re-check it (apply) for it to show up (mine sometimes disappears as well for no reason. Check that volume (s) are not on "mute"
click the sound icon in your task bar then click options then select recording settings. check the settings which will require you to show the settings of microphone. Recording settings should be tested through a sound manager. 2nd find the run command in your in the start up menu then type dxdiag to check your system information wether sound card was istalled. IF IT IS NSTALLED then check it thru sound detection input and out put aswell as the mic if its working.
go to sound icon in bottom task bar, double click on it,go to options,then properties,then click RECORDING,make sure you have a tick in MIC,then go to back to sound icon in bottom task bar,and adjust mic settings to suit
Ok this could either be simple or complicated depending on what the actual problem is. Firstly if you have a sound icon on your windows taskbar (Bottom right beside the clock) double click it
It will open the Volume control.
Top left of this window, click on options and then click properties. look at the list below and make sure the microphone is checked, if its not then check it.
Now look at the volume control window and make sure that your microphone isnt muted, just uncheck the mute button set the volume half way and you are done.
If you dont have the sound icon on your taskbar, goto start then control panel, click on Sounds and Audio devices, Note if you dont see this then on the left hand side click on the classic view to show all control panel options.
Click on the volume tab, click advanced and then do the steps above to enable the mic
Then click on the audio tab Look down to where it says Sound recording and make sure it has a default device in there. that should fix the problem.
Now if you do this and you dont have a default device or no sound card then let me know and we will get the problem solved