Bought DELL Inspiron 6400 laptop 2 months back. And never used the build-in Microphone option till today. And when i try to use it, it says no microphone detected.
1. Does it come with a built-in Micro phone ?
2. If so, how do i resolve this ?
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You have to change Skype audio settings to use the inbuit microphone of your notebook. Follow the instructions below:
Tools > Options in the main menu.
3) Find the
Audio Settings tab and click on it.
4) In the
Microphonedrop down menu, select the inbuilt microphone of your notebook.You'll notice that as select the correct one from the list, the green indicator in the volume bar moves back and forth when a voice is detected by the microphone.
sorry for the delay in responding:
for Vista system ... use the following picks:
Start ....Control Panel,...... Hardware and Sound, .... Manage audio devices....Recording......Line in ...try the advanced features to control the computers auto adjustment etc.
Hope this helps
the external mic must be unplugged for it to work and you need to reconfigure the internal mic if it doesn't work... there should be an option for this under start>settings>control panel> audio> microphone
Does she have a microphone plugged in? I dont think the 6400 has a built in mic.
If you're sure your mic works then open the sound mixer (click the speaker icon by the time in the lower right) and click "options" then "properties" and select recording. Click ok. Make sure "microphone" is selected.