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Internal Mic problems with Toshiba Satellite P755

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by gypscot, Jun 29, 2012.

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  1. gypscot

    gypscot Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    I joined this website because my internal mic is messed up. I bought this new laptop (toshiba satellite) about a month ago and the mic/camera was working perfectly fine, but now the mic can barely pick up my voice. If i put my mouth directly up to the mic I can hear feedback on my speakers, but it's static. Even when I record it picks up nothing. Soooo my question is how do i fix this.

    Things ive tried so far:

    -uninstalling and reinstalling my audio drivers
    -looking for driver updates; they were all up to date
    -troubleshooting both the speakers and the microphone, no problems were detected
    -realtek audio manager: I boosted the mic as loud as it can go
    -realtek audio manager: I separated the mic, which gave me 2 mics: the original mic and a front panel mic (black). The front panel mic is not connected so i'm assuming that this is the microphone that is used for the headset.
    -enabled stereo mix
    -messed with the mic properties

    all of this and i still got nothing... please help!!!

    I'm in india right now for 6 months and this happened as soon as i got over here and I'm trying to skype with friends and family. Like i said before traveling it worked fine, but now the mic is barely picking up anything. It is possible that something could have happened while traveling, but I made sure it was secured in my laptop bag during the trip. I've checked countless websites and tried so many things, but still nothing. Hopefully you guys have the answers.
     
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    is there anyone who has the answer?
     
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