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Mic in Acer Aspire 3610

The mic in my Aspire 3610 is very low in volume no matter how high I have the volume set. I have the volume levels turned up all the way on the audio devices. Is that an inherent problem with this laptop, or can it be corrected?

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  • ukebob Aug 23, 2007

    I'm not finding a "mic boost" option. When I go to the Recording Control, all I see is CD Player, Line In and Microphone. The Microphone has the volume slider and a "Select" box. I obviusly have that checked. Am I looking in the wrong place?

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You need to go back into the sound settings in the mic and look for a little box that says 'Mic Boost', you need to tick this and you will find a big difference. right click on the speaker icon in your taskbar, click open volume control, click advanced on the microphone at the end of the row and see if mic boost is ticked.

Posted on Aug 23, 2007

  • Anonymous Aug 24, 2007

    other vway is, right click on the speaker icon in your taskbar, adjust audio properties,voice tab, voice recording,volume,microphone, advanced and youll see mic boost.

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