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My mic won't work..


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Meigz

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So here's what happened. Awhile back my motherboard fried on me. So I had to get a new one (Biostar) and now my Mic isn't working.

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I've looked through everything, nothing's on mute or anything like that. I've heard that a lot of people with AC97 have problems like this, so yea.

If someone can help me, I'd appreciate it.
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Anyone? ;/
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When your motherboard fried, did it affect anything else?
And make sure all jumper settings are correct, and that the mic input is right.
Keep me informed so we can go further from there.
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No.. Nothing else was fried, and I've checked all settings like, 254 times. Plus, Mic output is correct..

Errgh, It's so frustrating >.<

(Btw, Ty for replying)
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Input******
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IS it plugged into the right place? Sometimes I misplace it, like put it in the wrong hole or something. Lol, check that.
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lol, Yeah.. I thought that was the problem at first, but I tried it in every hole possible, just in case =P I know it's in the right one..

I've just heard a lot of things about AC97 causing a lot of problems with these sorts of things.. >.<

Go Figure -_-
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How about some drivers... Do you have any of those you need to install?
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No Sir :tazz:
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Maybe thats the problem? I would do a search on the internet for some, just to be sure. Im not a comp. tech., but I have made some basic human errors with things like that. (Like, not installing the drivers/getting the wrong ones, putting the cord in the wrong place, ect...) Anyways, I guess my topic with the CPU is going down to h***.. Lol. I think its a defective one or something, IDK.... Anyways, good luck.

Later
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Checked..

Not a drivers problem ;/
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