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Realtek HD cannot disable built-in microphone

Q: Realtek HD cannot disable built-in microphone

Hey guys. I've been searching around for an answer to this problem, but have found nothing. I recently bought a USB mic, and I am having trouble using it. I installed the necessary drivers and when I went into the Recording Devices window the Realtek microphone was still functioning. I couldnt disable it. So I tried to update the drivers for the sound card, then the sound card stopped working entirely. I had to do a system restore to get my sound back. I'm running windows 7 64 bit. Help please!

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A: Realtek HD cannot disable built-in microphone

If you want to disable your on-board sound you'll have to go into your motherboard BIOS and simply disable the device.

Ah you wanna disable just the mic. Hmm I don't think you can do that easily even from the BIOS.

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/realtek-hd-cannot-disable-built-in-microphone.185886/
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The sound driver is the SigmaTel High Definition Audio CODEC, version 6.10.0.5614. When I tried to update it through Windows 7's update driver software it says I have the best version for my system, but I still suspect that this could be what is causing the problem. I can't seem to find a better driver though.

Any ideas?

Thank you

A:Built-in Webcam Microphone and Microphone Line-in Not Working

Got the same problem with a Dell Vostro 1500 microphone line-in not working. I can't help I'm afraid; I am just posting here so I get notified of any responses.

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A:Built-in Microphone?

I believe you're talking about the Windows Language Bar.If you right-click on the Task Bar, then select Toolbars, yours is probably checked with a checkmark by it. I believe it's just a quick and easy way to use your microphone, instead of going into the control panel.I unchecked mine, since I don't need to have it displayed. I guess it's good if you do a lot of video conferencing or chatting online.

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/78459/built-in-microphone/
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A:Built in microphone?

You either have a loose connection somewhere in you newly built system or the Mic input on the sound card is turned way up... there is no built in Mic
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/built-in-microphone.105139/
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Thank you,
 

A:Does my PC have a built in microphone?

That info should be in the user manual that came with the computer.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/does-my-pc-have-a-built-in-microphone.1097187/
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A:In built microphone

Hi -

Get the full model number from the label on the bottom of laptop. F700 is a product series number.

Look for updated audio drivers - http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/p...=us&dlc=en#N29

Are all Windows Updates installed including Vista SP2?

www.update.microsoft.com

Regards. . .

jcgriff2

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A:Is microphone built in

Did a quick search and the Inspiron seems to be a desktop PC (I get mixed up with Dell laptops and desktops easily) and I don't think an actual microphone will be built in to the compuyer, or Vista (don't really think your son's friend knows what he's talking about when he says "it's built in to Vista") unless he means software, which for that matter you will still need to buy a microphone seperatley.

You will most likely be able to pick a decent one up pretty cheap, and just plug it in to the pink microphone slot on the back of the PC. It should work instantly, and your son should be able to record with it.

If not, then just have a look at the microphone options in control panel by going to "Sound>Click microphone and go to properties bottom right>levels" and just make sure the microphone levels are not muted or anything.

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I can hear him perfectly fine, but cannot talk to him because he cant hear me.

Please help me, other programs I am fine, such as talking on Steam, or MSN. Just not Facebook.

Please help me.

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A:Help with built-in microphone

Could someone please help me

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A:Built-in Mic problem w realtek HD

If the mic is really that bad, then it would probably be the fault of the manufacturer. Either deal with it and update the newest drivers, or get a headset with a mic.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/built-in-mic-problem-w-realtek-hd.146698/
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A:Built In Microphone Support

Outburst
I also have an HP laptop and if you go and open HP Media smart Webcam then click on About in the left pane then check Capture with audio.
Maybe that will solve your mic trouble.
Good luck

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A:Built-In Microphone Not Working :(

http://forums.toshiba.com/t5/Audio-Sound-Knowledge-Base/Laptop-Microphone-not-working/ta-p/332996

If you want better help, then you need to be more specific than just Toshiba laptop with Win 8.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/built-in-microphone-not-working.1132163/
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A:Built-in Microphone not Working

HI. Whats the make of your Soundcard? Find that out and then go to the manufacturers website and download the latest drivers for your card. Dunno if Dell themselves have the drivers on their website. Might be an idea to check first.
Alternatively, you should have been supplied with a setup CD with the drivers on (hopefully). Install them from that.
Once installed configure as normal via the sound control panel.

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Have you tried to reinstall the mic driver?

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A:Issues with built-in microphone.

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A:Cannot get my built-in microphone to work.

Hello and welcome to SevenForums.

Right Click on your speaker next too the clock and select "Recording Devices"
Right Click on the Realtek Microphone and select "Set as default Device"

Regards

MrDemon

http://www.sevenforums.com/sound-audio/189425-cannot-get-my-built-microphone-work.html
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A:Monitor With Built In Microphone,how To Use It?

Is there a cable coming out of the monitor that you would plug into a headphone looking jack? If not then you would need one.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/monitor-with-built-in-microphone-how-to-use-it.399992/
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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
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Any help is greatly appreciated!
 

A:Built-in microphone not working

Most likely the device is faulty.

The only way to rule out a software/driver glitch would be a fresh install of the OS. But that's not likely.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/built-in-microphone-not-working.1171869/
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Any idea what is wrong?
Thanks in advance

More details:
Driver details:

Screen shot of the microphone state without headphones
Screen shot of the microphone state with headphones
Laptop - Asus R510-XX173D. Windows 8.1. i7-4500U

A:Built in microphone does not work

The first thing I notice is you do not have the driver for the sound chip in the PC. You only have the generic, basic function, Windows installed "High Definition Audio Codec". Although that may or may not fix your problem, the first step is to get the correct sound driver.

Check with ASUS for the correct driver. I can't be sure as they do not list the exact model you list, but the 510L that I looked at listed RealTek for the sound drivers.

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A:Built in microphone I never knew I had

Yes, new generation laptops has integrated mic and web cam. You can check on Dell website or if you see a dot hole on laptop (usually being at under the keypad or top of the LCD screen), that means you have it. I think you don't have any Mike problem with Dell 600m. So Inspirion D600, can you tell me when you go to sound settings on windows what are you seeing in there for sound recording device?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/built-in-microphone-i-never-knew-i-had.831677/
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A:Built in Microphone does not work

Hi Anshu and welcome to the Forum. I didn't know the hcl me laptop was available in the USA? Anyway has the microphone ever worked and if so what have you done since it worked that might have a bearing on this problem? last worked

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A:Built-in microphone not working.

Can you add your hardware specs please? Laptop make and model, soundcard details etc.

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A:Realtek microphone problem

Hi, there's a possibility it's been muted, or that you have a setting in your Realtek audio controls to ignore the jack or port the microphone is connected to if certain other cables are plugged in.

There should be a Realtek HD Audio applet in your control panel...

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A:Realtek microphone problem

The audio driver and control panel software are probably bundled together. Try going to the Acer website to find and download the appropriate sound driver bundle. If you can find it (and you should be able to), be sure to go into Programs and Features to uninstall the old sound driver before installing the new one. Hopefully, the newest driver bundle will have a control panel with more options and clear up the garbled sound.
 

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A:RealTek HD microphone problems

First, try another mic... Maybe from a friend?
 

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A:Microphone or Realtek issues

please do not duplicate posts - I will close this one and continue here http://forums.techguy.org/hardware/916164-microphone-realtek-issues.html
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/microphone-or-realtek-issues.916165/
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I'm a little stuck and any help would be appreciated =p

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A:Realtek HD and P5N-D Microphone problem

Hi Tetsuya, i have this motherboard with build 7000 x64 Realtek HD audo drivers 6.0.1.5791 with similar problems. Open up realtek and choose mic. click on microphone boost and crank it up to +30.0 db. That fixed my problem with mic and i use Teamspeak, Skype and Xfire, but i could only get the headset to put out sound. I tried pluging in speakers to all of the outputs with no luck. Give me more specifics about your system and i will try to assist future.

http://www.sevenforums.com/sound-audio/4444-realtek-hd-p5n-d-microphone-problem.html
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Hi guys I've had this problem since I built this computer Basically my microphone is not working at all on my PC When I plug my mic in Realtek detects that it is a mic and all but then Realtek Microphone Problems it does not pick up noises It's not like it can't really hear it it just thinks that the mic is disabled and is turned off or something Another strange problem is that I cannot enable or change any settings in Sound in the Control Panel I can make the changes and then hit ok but when I open up the window again Realtek Microphone Problems it's back to previous default settings I also cannot enable Stereo Mix and I also cannot open the quot Set Up Microphone quot wizard as it keeps saying it cannot launch So the first thing I did was download newer drivers for Realtek HD Audio Manager from the ASUS site It uninstalled the older ones and reinstalled the new ones Once it restarted there was no sound and the Speaker icon in the bottom right had a red quot X quot on it Windows automatically troubleshooted and found that my audio devices had encountered a problem So to get my sound back again I had to do a System Restore I'm now very confused on what to do next Could this be a hardware problem or is there something that I'm missing out I've had this problem for almost months and this is my last resort for getting this fixed Toms Hardware or even my PC Guru friends can't figure it out Thanks

A:Realtek Microphone Problems

I have a desktop with an ASUS P8Z77 LE Plus, which is probably similar to your motherboard. I have not had any problems with the RealTek. I'm using the R2.75 High Definition driver direct from the RealTek site.

However, just to see if it works with the Windows installed "High Definition Audio Driver" uninstall the RealTek and the drivers in the Device Manager. In the Device Manager, RIGHT click on the RealTek entry to highlight it and then LEFT click "Uninstall" Also check the box to uninstall the drivers. Restart the PC and when Windows starts Windows should detect the sound and install the generic High Definition Audio Driver. This is a basic driver and does not have all the extra features of the RealTek but it should be enough to see if the hardware works.

If the High Definition Audio driver works OK, go to the RealTek site and download the High Definition Audio Codecs for Win 7 64 bit (R2.75).
Realtek

http://www.sevenforums.com/sound-audio/360131-realtek-microphone-problems.html
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I have windows 7 64bit and I have:
High Definition Audio Controller [1002-AA38] [NoDB] PCI
Realtek ALC888/1200 @ ATI SB700 - High Definition Audio Controller PCI

When I put in microphone, nothing happens and detect only:
-Speakers (working ok)
-Digital audio (s/pdif) (hight definition audio device)

I'v download the latest realtek drivers (R 2.51)
http://download.gigabyte.eu/FileList...tek_azalia.exe
My motherboard is Gigabyte Ga-Ma770-DS3

Picture:
http://www.shrani.si/f/2P/um/NNoy3bt/sshot-1.jpg

A:Microphone problem (Realtek)

Hi lebang and welcome,
Check out and see if the MIC is ON.
If the MIC is on,you probabally have the mic connected to the front panel,try to connect to the rear panel and see if the problem is solved.

http://www.sevenforums.com/sound-audio/114112-microphone-problem-realtek.html
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A:Microphone or Realtek issues

i'm closing this post because I understand windows Black is a pirated version http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_windows_black_xp_4.0_dvd_final
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/microphone-or-realtek-issues.916164/
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A:Realtek - Microphone Issues

Did you solve this problem?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/realtek-microphone-issues.130067/
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Good evening everyone,

I recently upgraded my HP Touchsmart IQ500 from Vista Home Premium to Windows 8 Pro. Aside from the lack of a media center or otherwise out-of-the-box-inability for DVD playback I've been enjoying the change. I solved the DVD problem with VLC, but I cannot figure out how to get my microphone to work now. It was fine before the upgrade, and now there's just silence when trying to Skype or record otherwise.

I've read a few articles that suggest updating the drivers in the Device Manager which I have tried, only to get a message that reads:





Windows has determined the driver software for your device is up to date.



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A:Built-In Microphone Not Working after Upgrade

Windows lies sometimes...

that being said, right click your speaker icon in the system tray

choose recording devices

Does it show a microphone with a green check mark under it?

Or does it say no audio devices are installed?

If it says no audio devices are installed then right click anywhere in that box and select show disabled devices

If the microphone shows up now but says disabled under it, then right click the microphone and select enable.

If this doesnt work then we'll look at your drivers.

Brooklyn

http://www.eightforums.com/drivers-hardware/24718-built-microphone-not-working-after-upgrade.html
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Hi,


I just got this computer one year ago, and my microphone was just fine until I did a certain update and it suddenly had alot of static in the background. Is there any way I can reduce this? If so, what must I do?

A:Static on built in Conexant Microphone

First suggestion, go to the Device Manager, RIGHT click to higlight the enter for the sound device the LEFT click and "uninstall" the device. DO NOT check the box to uninstall the drivers. Restart the PC and when Windows starts it should detect and reinstall the sound.

If this does not fix it, get the latest sound driver from HP and install that.

http://www.sevenforums.com/sound-audio/144072-static-built-conexant-microphone.html
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A:Windows 7 doesn't let me use built-in microphone.

That screen shot before or after you installed the Realtek driver? Reason for asking is that it is showing as using the default Windows driver.

Also are you sure that your laptop has Realtek audio? Again the reason for asking is because there is about 40-50 variations on the CQ60,

Compaq Presario CQ60-100 Notebook PC series*-* Download drivers and software - specify product name - HP Business Support Center

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A:My in built microphone doesnt work!

Do you have the driver for it installed? What does it look like in your device manager? Any errors...

http://www.sevenforums.com/sound-audio/247271-my-built-microphone-doesnt-work.html
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A:Acer Chromebook 15 - built in microphone does not ...

If neither the internal mic nor an external mic are working then you may have a corrupt OS or bad hardware. 1. Do an EC reset. That resets the controller that manages the peripherals, including audio. Did that fix it?2. Do a powerwash. Did that fix it?3. Do a system recovery. Did that fix it.

http://community.acer.com/t5/Chromebooks/Acer-Chromebook-15-built-in-microphone-does-not-work/td-p/403589/jump-to/first-unread-message
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A:HP G60-530CA Built-in Microphone Failure

Go to the Sound Panel Control Panel/Hardware and Sound and finally Sound. In the Sound Panel click on the Recording Tab. The mic should be show and if its disabled, enable it. DO NOT make it the default recording device, the Stereo Mix (System Mixer) should be set as the default recording device.

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A:Built in camera and microphone is not working

Welcome to TSF,

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If that didn't work, please visit the Sony site and driver the latest drivers for the webcam and audio.

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I have also tryed system restore.

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A:Realtek AC97 Microphone Problems

Do you have the latest drivers from Realtek?

Also, distortion in audio could be caused by the internet connection. It can sound sometimes funny, like an alien sometimes. :dead: :unch:

Have you tried recording your voice in Windows using the sound recorders?
Try that, and if your voice sounds fine, then itīs an internet problem.

Good luck! :wave:
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/realtek-ac97-microphone-problems.51151/
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see attachment (screen1.JPG)

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-Flo
 

A:Microphone problem with Realtek ALC889A

bump!!
No one else can help ?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/microphone-problem-with-realtek-alc889a.103397/
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A:Realtek HD Audio microphone not working

The HDMI may be the culprit. When you use HDMI, the HDMI audio is generated on board the video card and becomes the default playback device and your RealTek (listed as "Speakers" in the Sound Playback panel) is not used.

The HD Audio connector should be used as it has more automatic detection.

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http://www.sevenforums.com/sound-audio/261313-realtek-hd-audio-microphone-not-working.html
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mediafire[dot]com/?47jvbrb946aamq4
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A:Microphone volume is low with Realtek HD audio

did you try going to the control panel>>>sound and audio>>>Volume options enable mic etc etc?

What OS are you using? If Win 7, Try right-clicking the speaker in the bottom-right notification area and open volume mixer to adjust your output levels.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/microphone-volume-is-low-with-realtek-hd-audio.179500/
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A:Realtek HD Audio microphone working -- tried everything

omghelpmenow said:





Hi. I went to use gmail to make a phone call today and the people on the other end could not hear me. After making other calls and trying to do a sound recording I realized that there is noise but NOT my voice and its not really noise, just a sound, not high pitched or anything just like you know sound waves. Anyway I googled this for the past 8 hours tried to do EVERYTHING that every site says do, even what it says to do on here. Well nothing is working. you are going to wonder what all I tried, well I tried everything, is my mic broken, what is going on? I need to use my microphone, I am a musician. Its an INTERNAL MIC it came with my computer, PLEASE HELP!!!!!Click to expand...

look in your realtek sound program from there you can check your problem

its in the control panel , plus check your windows audio options..

you can try also update your drivers (after a cleaning the old one)
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/realtek-hd-audio-microphone-working-tried-everything.160529/
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A:Microphone not wroking[Realtek issues]

Have you tested your problem on different software?

http://www.sevenforums.com/sound-audio/98644-microphone-not-wroking-realtek-issues.html
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Information:
=============================
My Toshiba model: C75-A-10P -=> http://www.toshiba.co.uk/discontinue...ite-c75-a-10p/
Headsetup with mic: Philips (non USB)
=============================

I have looked inside the sound/default devices and it just shows the built in camera microphone, I can not find the new purchased one anywhere.

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A:Aspire M5-581TG built-in microphone is not recogni...

I am having the same problem as well.

http://community.acer.com/t5/Windows-10/Aspire-M5-581TG-built-in-microphone-is-not-recognised/td-p/379953/jump-to/first-unread-message
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/built-in-microphone-doesnt-work-in-tecra-a9.763542/
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When you using Skype or MSN
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A:Your built in microphone volume keeps changing itself on skype

Hello Niaz,

Here are some other solutions, as well.

http://community.skype.com/t5/forums...rophone+volume+

Hope this helps,
John

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need the exact model of your aspire to get the specs for it.

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In the device manager there is no additional device, not recognized and in the sound/recording options, no other microphone to use is shown.

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Do you have problem using external microphone only?
Your notebook is preinstalled with original recovery image so all necessary drivers should be installed.

Can you use internal microphone? It should be listed under recording devices.

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Hi there, Hhov -
Thank you for writing in to the Lenovo Forum - happy to have you here today.
 
Please try the below steps:
 
control panel, sound, recording, right click and check 'show disabled devices' then click device and properties and 'enable', apply, ok and exit)
 
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Update us how it goes.
 
 
 
Regards,
 
Tap that kudos button if I helped  If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an "Accepted Solution"! 

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Make and model of laptop? Name of software that the built in webcam uses?

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Could just be a lousy microphone.
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If it's card you can replace that with Creative Sound Card. If it's on the MOBO then you need to update the system chipset drivers and sound drivers.
 

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What version of Windows is installed?
 

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Woah, not a bad translation! Hope you can understand my response. . .

It sounds like your .wav out is being redirected to your recording line, instead of the microphone. Try this:


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Just to make sure...have you plugged in the headset into another device to make sure the microphone actually works , a phone might be a good test.

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