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#1 Slave2Society7

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Posted 19 April 2008 - 03:25 PM

Hey guys.. I'm having a problem with my audio. I have tried a few different mics. and messed with all the settings.. nothing helps. My problem is when my pc makes any sound it is played through the microphone. So if I were to have the windows Sound recorder on and pressed record then played a song on winamp or made any other PC sound it would record it as well as my voice on the mic. It is this way with any programs that use a mic. It seems that my PC's output audio is being diverted into the mic input. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Colin
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Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GS
Motherboard: Gigabyte m57SLI-S4
My Audio is intrigrated into my MB

If you need any other info I'm sure I can find it. Thanks so much.
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Posted 19 April 2008 - 06:26 PM

Hi Slave2Society7,

It seems that my PC's output audio is being diverted into the mic input.

It's playing out of the microphone? or its recording what's playing on your computer? :thumbsup:

If the second is the case, try this:

1. Click on Start and choose to go to the Control Panel
2. Double-Click Sounds and Audio Devices
3. Click on the Audio Tab
4. Look for Default Recording Device, under the Recording Device Section. Change it from, what I believe to be your speakers, to the Microphone.

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Posted 19 April 2008 - 07:44 PM

I unchecked any boxes that where checked under recording settings (except for mic) under my windows mixer and my sound cards mixer and it works. You may clothse this thread, thanks:)
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Posted 19 April 2008 - 07:46 PM

Hi Slave2Society7,

It seems that my PC's output audio is being diverted into the mic input.

It's playing out of the microphone? or its recording what's playing on your computer? :thumbsup:

If the second is the case, try this:

1. Click on Start and choose to go to the Control Panel
2. Double-Click Sounds and Audio Devices
3. Click on the Audio Tab
4. Look for Default Recording Device, under the Recording Device Section. Change it from, what I believe to be your speakers, to the Microphone.

Sorry I didn't read your reply before I posted my last post. But yup you were right that was my problem, tanks:)
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Posted 19 April 2008 - 11:00 PM

Glad I could be of assistance :thumbsup:

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