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Need help with internal microphone

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by O'Lungfish, Mar 30, 2008.

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  1. O'Lungfish

    O'Lungfish Thread Starter

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    I can't get the microphone to work again! I did have it working a while ago, but had to disable it (though I can't remember how), as it was interfering with my ripping N64 audio from Project 64. The microphone isn't muted, and is selected in the Recording control panel.

    Computer: Dell Dimension 4800
    System: Windows XP home SP 2
     
  2. O'Lungfish

    O'Lungfish Thread Starter

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    Can ANYONE help me?
     
  3. ozrom1e

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    Welcome to TSG....

    One thing when you decide to disable something write down what you are doing so you can go back and undo what you have done. There are so many places to disable things it is not funny.

    The first thing I would try is open any program that used the microphone and see if there is anything in the properties or options that would facilitate this that would say keep the microphone captured for use in that program only. Also go into control panel and look in any of the multimedia settings or sound settings for the sound card etc. It is just looking and searching until you find it and it will be like a needle in a haystack type thing.

    Good luck.
     
  4. O'Lungfish

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    I really don't remember what I did.

    My sound card is Creative SB Live!
     
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