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Now the strange part. Hi David, "Mute" box? Meanwhile, there's no "mic" option in playback, and that wouldn't make sense if there was. The Mute check boxes all do but none of the sliders work, so I can't increase mic gain. http://teknodroid.net/windows-xp/enable-dma-windows-10.html

Click the Mixer tab, in the Input section, unmute Mic Volume. Back in July, in your "XP3, HD Audio & KB888111XPSP2" message, you mentioned you still had: > 1) An Unknown SM Bus Controller in Other Devices > 2) an Unknown Device In my case, the sliders are stuck nearly at max, so I have the reverse problem. -- Alan Alan Biddle, Sep 3, 2009 #2 Advertisements David Teich Guest It sounds Hello and welcome to PC Review.

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The problem > is that the sliders don't work. Similar Threads Realtek ac'97 problems Guest, Mar 1, 2004, in forum: Windows XP Help Replies: 2 Views: 548 roger Mar 1, 2004 Hard Drive Detection Realtek RTL8139 Guest, Nov 1, 2004, Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More...

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  • In Volume Control, click Options, click Properties, click Playback, UN-check Microphone, click OK Click Options again, click Properties, click Recording, checkmark Microphone, click OK Under Microphone, checkmark/click SELECT, press shift-Tab, and
  • If not, check Control Panel to see if you have "Realtek HD Sound Effect Manager" there.
  • The Mute check boxes all do but none of the > sliders work, so I can't increase mic gain. > > How do I fix that?
  • Playback has mute, Recording has a "Select" box. >> >> Here is what worked for me: >> >> Double-click speaker icon near clock for Volume Control. >> In Volume Control, click
  • Are you SP3?

I clicked on Volume, which popped up the Recording > > Control window. It was low. Sound began >> > working. Windows Xp Sound Not Working No Audio Device Thanks for trying, though.

David "Alan Biddle" wrote: > David, > > I have the same problem. How To Enable Headphones On Windows Xp Besides the gray Windows speaker volume control icon in your system tray, do you also have a "Realtek HD Audio Manager" icon? I clicked on Volume, which popped up the Recording >> > Control window. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/xp-home-sp3-microphone-level-problem-312305.html Sign up now!

You just told me how to see the problem I reported, not > fix it. > > Thanks for trying, though. How To Fix Sound Problem In Windows Xp I went into control panel:sound and ran the mic test. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... If so, something's different, since that's not how my sound box works.

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If you can access the Realtek manager, click the Audio I/O tab, and verify that it sees the microphone connection. Sound began > > working. How To Enable Microphone In Windows Xp Are you SP3? Realtek Microphone Driver Windows Xp Here is what worked for me: Double-click speaker icon near clock for Volume Control.

Sound began > working. http://teknodroid.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-home-edition-upgrade-to-windows-7.html As part of the process of elimination, I did > a full remove of the HD drivers, then reinstalled the most recent. > That did NOT fix the problem, and the By the way, that KB888111 hotfix is supposedly included in SP3, so if you have a good SP3 install you should not have needed that. (I kept getting script errors on Software ▼ Security and Virus Office Software PC Gaming See More... Windows Xp Advanced Options Grayed Out

Hopefully there are more suggestions on the way. No, create an account now. V_R posted Jan 16, 2017 at 4:03 PM 'Father of Android' Andy Rubin is plotting a return to hardware Becky posted Jan 16, 2017 at 1:42 PM openSUSE Linux Arrives On check over here I went into control panel:sound and ran the mic test. >> > It was low.

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David "Richard" wrote: > >"David Teich" <> wrote in message > > news:... > > I had the SP3/HD problem solved by the insane workaround. Also, click the (2 dots) to activate Microphone Boost. (If you hear a lot of hiss and white noise when recording, you may find it helpful to mute non-active inputs.) If HTH (Hope This Helps --Richard Richard, Sep 7, 2009 #4 David Teich Guest Which OS are you using? Windows Xp Sound Recorder Sign Up Now!

David Teich Guest I had the SP3/HD problem solved by the insane workaround. If I understand the situation correctly, it is apparently "normal" for the input mic volume to be grayed out, because it is preset in the hardware to the loudest that does That did NOT fix the problem, and the sliders are frozen exactly as before. this content As for Recording, that's the image that's frozen and won't move.

List of fixes that are included in Windows XP Service Pack 3 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/946480/ Back to your mic volume problem. Playback has mute, Recording has a "Select" box. > > Here is what worked for me: > > Double-click speaker icon near clock for Volume Control. > In Volume Control, click You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others. Win XP ALL How-tos Win 10 Win 8 Win 7 Win XP Win Vista Win 95/98 Win NT Win Me Win 2000 Win 2012 Win 2008 Win 2003 Win 3.1

Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. In the OUTPUT (or Playback?) section look for a right pointing V arrow (..< >) and click several times to scroll the "Mic Volume" into view. hunts99, Nov 12, 2009 #7 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?

I don't select Playback or Recording, > but select input/output from a ddlb, which then automatically changed > the radio button to recording or playback. > > Meanwhile, there's no "mic" As part of the process of elimination, I did a full remove of the HD drivers, then reinstalled the most recent. I don't select Playback or Recording, > but select input/output from a ddlb, which then automatically changed > the radio button to recording or playback.