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If the problem is with your Dell PC or your GE mic, then you may need to contact Dell and GE. This involves the following steps (borrowed from Microsoft Help): 1. Try this for your vista:http://windowshelp.m...6f42d21033.mspxc 0 #3 larrydonline Posted 02 May 2008 - 02:49 PM larrydonline New Member Topic Starter Member 6 posts Thanks for your response, but there was nothing Figure : Example of audio connectors: pink for microphone, blue for line-in Disconnect and reconnect the plug. http://powerglobaldesigns.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-ics-not-working.html

Resolving most microphone/line-in problems Use the following steps, in order, to test, check hardware and connections, update audio drivers, and configure Windows sound settings. Hardware and Sound opens. hope this helps you Helpful +3 Report zztop Feb 9, 2009 01:34PM I had this problem also but I finaly ggot it hacked out. Select the "Levels" tab. 3Adjust Levels Unmute "Line-In" input and increase level up to maximum value.

Windows Vista Microphone Driver

Also, some users have reported that "downgrading" drivers to older versions have helped them instead of "upgrading"). How is your headset attached to the laptop? Figure : Sound window Select Speakers, and then click Properties. If Microphone Boost is available, adjust to +20.0 dB.

Figure : Speakers Properties window Click the Levels tab. You are not alone........... Figure : Sound: Recording tab (for a Realtek on-board audio hardware configuration) Microphone port - working and set as default Line In - working Digital In (S/PDIF port) - working Stereo My Vista Zou Thanks for any help you can offer.

When the device is set to default and the levels are set, use and adjust the sound recording or voice carrying software. Good luck Edited by etxeberri, 26 December 2008 - 08:17 AM. 0 #6 godders! The green check icon should be there on whatever default recording device is left when the mic is not connected. You didn't mention the green check mark symbol, so I'm going to assume that it is by the mic/line-in device.

We provide some simple tips for maximizing your success with such systems. Mic Not Working Windows 7 Let's see who is the most patient, the bug or I. This might add extra devices to the list. To enable the device, right-click the device name and select Enable.

Windows Vista Microphone Playback

I've run Creative's (manufacturer of Sound Blaster) diagnostic program, probably a dozen times and it always checks out perfectly. If you want to record sound, you also need a microphone. Windows Vista Microphone Driver Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, post status updates, Where Is The Microphone On Windows Vista if i could show u a picture of mine i would but heres what is weird the microphone icon doesnt have a name it just says microphone/ line in then under

HP Customer Support Z7_3054ICK0KGTE30AQO5O3KA30U7 hp-contact-secondary-navigation-portlet Actions ${title} Loading... have a peek at these guys Just "play" with the controls. One more step Please complete the security check to access dev.zhourenjian.com Why do I have to complete a CAPTCHA? click on the line input and set to default. Zou Myvista Login

  1. This certainly worked for me but maybe too easy and you guys have further problems.
  2. I haven't upgraded to Vista, I have a whole new computer with its own sound card.
  3. Accept.
  4. By default, the recorded audio is saved as a Windows Media Audio (WMA) file.
  5. The other jack is an output only for headphones or speakers.
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  7. Go into control panel - sounds - recorder you will find either the mic input with green check and unavailable.
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Username or email: I've forgotten my password Forum Password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Community Forum I'm glad that you got it working. Using Windows Sound Recorder to test the microphone You can use this section to find out if the computer can record a signal from the microphone and play it back. http://powerglobaldesigns.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-vpn-not-working.html Several functions may not work.

Now I have formatted and I've found the bug again, but I want to take advantage of latest driver. Test Microphone Windows 7 Maybe a picture will help: Find your mic in the recording devices, make sure the check icon is next to the mic. Posted 15 February 2009 - 12:18 PM godders!

the mic in the picture is the one i have Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top Ravaged Posts: 9 This post has been reported.

If it doesn't have a green check mark icon by it, then it is not the default recording device. Ravaged, hello. I know this doesn't help with anyone trying to quickly sort out this same problem, but rest assured, there are many of you reading this and feeling the same feeling of Microphone Not Working Now check again if you see green bars rising when you talk into the microphone: if you do, your mic is now properly configured. If you tried following this procedure for all

Privacy Policy © Copyright 2016 HP Development Company, L.P. Test the microphone following the instructions in Step 1 to determine if Windows can detect a signal for the microphone or line-in being used. Click the File name box, type a file name for the recorded sound, and then click Save to save the recorded sound as an audio file. http://powerglobaldesigns.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-usb-mic-not-working.html Make sure the software being used is able to access the Internet through the firewall.

Microphone fails after a Web camera or a USB microphone is installed To use the microphone on a Web camera or a USB microphone, it may need to be configured separately These USB sound devices tend to provide predictable great performance with most wired microphones. 2. To enable sound for the line-in connection 1. Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Sound (under "Hardware and Sound" in the Home view).

On Windows XP you can fix this problem by simply adjusting the volume controls on your sound card. Figure : Sound Recorder initial screen When finished recording, click Stop Recording. Their enabling disable linein. Figure : Hardware and Sound Click Sound.

Downloading a driver didn't work either. But the restore left me with a drive with 30GB missing so I am not sure that worked properly. Look at the bars next to the device name on the Recording tab: If the bars next to the device name change to green, this device is active and an audio