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This mic does require a longer power button "press" cycle...used during on and off in hopes you don't turn mic off or on accidentally. Check the battery, battery polarity and battery connection...no luck, then it's probably been dropped one time too many.
Goto the Recording Devices where you diabled the Mic right click and select "Show Disabled Devices" Then goto Device usage & select Use this device option. Microphone will now show in the Recording devices
This is probably a broken wire inside. the microphone piece moves back and forth to turn this unit off and on and the wires have broken because of it. there is a similiar problem with the H800 as the mic extends in and out to turn it on and off.
i dont think this is a physical fault. i havnt dropped or spilled water around my e71 but the same thing happens every couple of months, the mic cuts out mid call.
to fix it, scientific method, record some video and literally palmmash the keyboard when its recording. keep playing it back every ten seconds or so and soon the mic starts working again. dunno how, dunno why, its really annoying, but this has sorted it every time so far..
I would imagine the mic element broke. To test, remove from the case and without touching anything else, touch (using a small screwdriver if need be) the solder connections on the wires for the mic element (while system is up). Hum? Yes? bad mic element. No? Problem with electronics. Look for broken wires also. The receiver shows signal so RF is ok. You have a problem with the audio section.
The microphone level can only be adjusted in certain games. Have you tried using the mic in any other games? Most likely, the mic is simply defective; I have heard of more than one case of manufacturing defects with Nintendo DS microphones. How long have you had the system? If it is still under warranty, Nintendo should fix the system for free.