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Microphone Problem My problem is, I cannot use a microphone on my PC. I tried one belonging to a friend. I inserted it into the pink holder at the back of the PC. but nothing happens. Should I have a certain card installed or what. On Users Manual P64 you give a description on No 7. What do I do.

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  • dustdevil Apr 06, 2008

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    Trying to Skype, I can hear the person I am calling, they can not hear me. My mic is turned off and how do I get it back on?



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The pink socket on the back of the pc is almost certainly a part of the special card you thought you might need, so probably no need to go out and buy new hardware. Usual cause of this sort of problem is in the pc settings. Open "volume control" on the computer (right click the system tray icon, and select "open volume controls" on older Windows versions, pick it up off Start_Programmes_Accessories_Entertainment on newer versions) and check that the microphone level is turned up far enough, and is either "enabled" or "not muted" (be a little careful, as the playback and recording levels and muting are controlled on separate screens - you can switch between them using the properties box on the options menu). Hopefully this will get you going. A.

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2. click on options, properties.
3. another sub window will appear.
4. in the box, look for mic volume and check on the box.
5. click ok after checking the box
6. another column should appear which is the mic volume. under the mic volume uncheck the mute box.
7. you should be able to use your mic now.


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