I've been trying to record music on my Acer Aspire 5720-4126 laptop PC and i've noticed two things happening: 1) no sounds comes out of the built in speaker or even in the headphones, and 2) the quality of playback using microphones (both USB and plugged into mic jack) is very low with high-pitched computer noise in the background. I'm wondering if I need to upgrade the sound card or ... ?
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try to update the sound drivers everything will be fine i think some settings of system audio software are not set correctly but it will reset all settings this update thing pls follow the link to update
for VISTA ftp://ftp.support.acer-euro.com/notebook/aspire_3680/vista/Drivers/Realtek%20High%20Definition%20Audio%20Driver.zip
u want to record video u can use cyberr link power producer provided by acer notebooks or any video capturing software and in the cap settings select crystal eye webcam as a source and ther eu go start rec ur video
You did great troubleshooting for your laptop. If the sound is fine and good for the headset, your sound card is probably not the problem. The driver aspect, should not be the problem either if it works with your headset. So herein lies the dilemma...the problem is most likely due to some physical componenent between the built-in mike and the computer case itself. You should take it to a laptop repair shop and see what they can do. It has nothing to do with the software or the sound card. It is the physical component of the built-in mike and speakers. Get that checked out and you should be good to go!
Hi please check the audio properties settings of your system . The MIC would have been MUTED . Uncheck the mute against mic and you should be able to record thru the built-in mic.Right click on speaker icon in taskbar audio properties under mic uncheck in the box beside mute.