Hrizo Posted 02 September 2015 - 08:00 AM Michael L. You need to be > >> >> using > >> >> one > >> >> or the other, not both. AFAICS not. Look in the control panel >> >> under >> >> Sounds and then click the Recording tab to check the mic. >> >> -- >> >> Terri Stratton >> >> http://thetabletpc.net http://intelishade.net/could-not/error-maindeployer-could-not-start-deployment.html
can anyone help? I just can not use mic/headset. Updated and installed drivers by the way of help from( fix sound problems) that applied to Windows 10. the microphones work great in "sound recorder" and i >> >> > updated >> >> > all >> >> > the drivers...
You may need to enable that. The headset works fine... Megabite, Sep 16, 2011 #10 Amoeba Thread Starter Joined: Jul 1, 2007 Messages: 128 It is plugged into a pink socket. its the "windows vista help and support" no?
leroys1000, Sep 6, 2011 #4 Amoeba Thread Starter Joined: Jul 1, 2007 Messages: 128 It's set to stereo. the microphones work great in "sound recorder" and i updated all the drivers... Advertisement Recent Posts ac adapter power type cannot be... No Audio Input Device Found Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Use Windows Live Register now!
i tried 1 at a time.. The Wizard Could Not Start Microphone Windows 10 Things are different in Vista. -- Chris H. Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4 Next > Advertisement Amoeba Thread Starter Joined: Jul 1, 2007 Messages: 128 I got a microphone given to me, it was an old http://www.eightforums.com/sound-audio/68141-no-audio-input-device-found-error-when-looking-mic.html Check out this link for more information on audio jacks and this one to learn which audio jack to connect to.
tried everything and i get the error message... Microphone Not Working Windows 10 It still doesn't work!!! I've rebooted several times.... You need to be using one or the other, not both.
and its still say's this when i press start speech >> >> >> >> > recognition: >> >> >> >> > "make sure that your audio hardware is working properly and https://forums.techguy.org/threads/microphones-not-responding-to-sound-input.1016238/ Megabite, Sep 16, 2011 #8 Amoeba Thread Starter Joined: Jul 1, 2007 Messages: 128 Just one cable, plugged into microphone socket at the back of the computer (there's one at the Error Make Sure Your Audio Hardware Is Working Properly If you can't get it working, I suggest you call >> the >> support section for your Tablet PC manufacturer and ask them to lead you >> through the setup while The Wizard Could Not Start Windows 10 the microphones work great in "sound recorder" and i updated > > all > > the drivers...
I still don't know how I lost audio ? more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed There are settings in the properties > >> >> of > >> >> the > >> >> devices which includes a "Line In" and Microphone. Would have been nice to know from the start. -- Chris H.
You need to go into Control Panel/Sounds and Audio Devices/Voice tab > > and make a selection of the proper device under Voice Recording, then Test > > Hardware.... > > Microphone Test You need to be >> >> using >> >> one >> >> or the other, not both. and then I can asst you more. 0 #15 Michael L.
There are settings in the properties of > >> the > >> devices which includes a "Line In" and Microphone. The one with a black (or sometimes green) outer casing is the one normally connected to the Line Out jack. Microphones not responding to sound input. Realtek Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?
Is there any job that can't be automated? asked 3 years ago viewed 1257 times active 3 years ago Related 0How to stop headphone splitter causing “Plugged in” messages in Windows 7?0No audio device, no errors3Multiple HDMI Audio Devices SQL Server - How can varbinary(max) store > 8000 bytes? well, i went to device manager, and saw some audio drivers >> > that >> > my windows dident even needed (the vista installed them after the first >> > time
There's definitely no way of knowing what OS you're running. and i get the same message.. I have no idea what kind of sound card I have nor do I know how to find out. i mean, i tried the "sound recorder" and > >> >> >> >everything > >> >> >> > is fine..
How much Farsi do I need to travel within Iran? Instead of working, I received the message that "The Wizard could not start: Make sure your audio hardware is working properly and check your audio configuration in the Audio Devices and Being that this topic is over a year old i highly doubt they will respond. i love the speech recognition!!! > > > > "Chris H." wrote: > > > >> And what fixed it?
Do you have an external voice-enable > > >> microphone, or are you using the internal, built-in mic? tried everything and i get >> >> >> >the >> >> >> >error >> >> >> > message... I thought the fact that it was making sound in the speakers meant it was working but it isn't. Amoeba, Sep 16, 2011 #7 Megabite Joined: Apr 5, 2008 Messages: 11,761 Howdy, Does the Microphone just have on cable to plug in?
I really do not want to format my computer just for this problem but I am starting to feel like that is the only option I have.