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Recording Problem

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#1 duffman165


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Posted 30 August 2009 - 01:33 PM

Hi I have a problem with my computer; the mic jacks seem to have stopped working. This has happened recently, I was using it without any problems before. I have a headset not a usb but a headset with a mic and line out jack. Sound comes out of the speaker part of the headset but the mic doesnít work, I tried it on other computers to see if the headset was broken but it worked on both of the computers that I have tried it on. I then uninstalled and reinstalled all my Audio drivers, still the mic part of the headset would not work. I have gone through the sound setting and I have tried everything, I have even tried the test hardware under the voice tab and it would find the mic but the mic would not work. The onboard sound card is the Realtek High Definition Audio, and the other sound card I have is a DTK Yamaha XG PCI Sound Card, and both of the mic jacks donít work. What do you suggest I do to fix this problem.

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