Hello please help me i have sahara g200n, few days ago skype helped me to get virus so i had to rewrite windows everything ok but i cant find sound drivers (intel 82801dbm ac'97) searched in all internet and almost lost hope so please help me thanks
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The problem here is that you need to install an audio driver for your system. However, there is not one available for Windows XP. You can try using a driver for Windows 98, but there is no promise that this will work for you. If that is the case, your solution is to disable the onboard audio, and install a PCI audio card that is compatable with your Windows XP and your motherboard.
Here's the link to the available audio drivers for your computer: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?product=93556&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&lang=en&cc=us&submit=Go%20»
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Kindly try to reconfigure your webcam to SKYPE application. To set up your webcam for Skype, please follow these steps:
1. Download and install the most recent drivers
for your video device (you can get these from the webcam device’s
manufacturer’s site). In many cases this is not necessary if it is a
USB device. Note if you have driver on your webcam you can reinstall or install it. Make sure that the driver can support the current Operating system you installed in your system.
2. Select your video device in Skype by clicking the following from the Main Skype Control window: Tools -> Options -> General (tab) -> Video Settings (tab)--if video Tools -> Options -> General (tab) -> Audio Settings (tab)-- if audio
3. If your webcam is functioning you will see yourself displayed. If you are not seeing yourself be sure you have Enable Skype Video checked/Audio Cheked. If you are still having difficulty click Webcam Settings. Please note: FireWire devices are not supported at this time.
4. Make sure the option Enable Skype Video/Audio is checked. Also you can set video privacy settings to the desired options in the same window.
5.The recommended System Requirements
for Skype video calls are a 1Ghz CPU, 512MB RAM, a video card with at
least 16MB of memory (also the latest version of DirectX installed) and
a 512/256kbit (down/up) connection. Video and call quality may vary
greatly in environments with conditions below those recommendations.
6. Please be sure, that your webcam is connected and not in use by another program.
Skype: Skype-->Main window…..>Tools -> Options -->Sound Devices-->audio device/USB/etc Audio Device (do NOT use windows default device) You can also tick the ring pc speaker check box as this is a good backup to alert you even if the main speakers are off or turned down.
Windows: Start-->Control panel-->Sound and Audio devices On the audio tab set the default playback device to your main soundcard (AC97/Audio-chip/add-on-adapter), etc. Your installed audio device must be present there. If not, reinstall audio device
2)Check if your micro (pink) and speaker (lime) jacks are really correct and fully inserted! They sometimes stuck. For test only you can use earphone instead of microphone for Line In. Standard micro in Line In will NOT work. Go to: Start Programs Accessories Entertainment or go to Volume Control; right click on loudspeaker icon in Task Tray Options Microphone Scroll down Check "Microphone" If the bar "Microphone" is available, the microphone is detected by Windows now go on (If not, Windows has a problem with your microphone) Just to check if your microphone is broken or bad, you can use your headphones instead. They really work! Which one L or R is microphone now, I think it's L Check "Advanced properties"
Check Micro "Advanced" Open Check "20db boost" or "1.MIC boost" depending on language version Volume level can be left in any position. Mute microphone!!!
3. Check audio now on windows base. Start Programs Accessories Entertainment Soundrecorder
4. Once done, test with Skype Test Call echo123.
I have a Dell Inspiron 1525. I used Skype ages ago and returned to it a couple of days ago. No one could hear me. I researched for 20 hours, downloading drivers, checking EVERY setting possible and NOW have got the ANSWER. The wires in the Microphone Array are fatigued. My microphone works perfectly when I tilt my lcd screen half way down. Go to Webcam Manager, Tools, Audio controls, the microphone has 2 bars which go green when you talk into it. Tilt your screen and watch the bars go up and down. Not the answer you probably wanted but as long as you skype with your screen half tilted everything is good to go