I see a mic icon in my system tray (near time); left clicking it shows “Mic is ON”. My speakers work fine.
Am I missing something obvious? Help appreciated.
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My speakers work fine.
I used to be able to speak via Skype but that no longer works.
My camera and mic is the Logitech Pro 4000 and it is connected to my pc through a USB port. The green light on the Pro 40 is not on.
When I go to CP\Add Hardware and select Pro 4000 the Hardware Wizard tells me”The selected device is working correctly.”
When I click CP\Cameras\Logitech4000 the green light on the cama does come on and and when I press “take a picture” I can see that the camera is working.
When I Start/All Programs/Accessories/Entertainment I see that there are no apps there.!?
A mic icon appears on my desktop in the right lower corner near the Time. When I leftclick it I get the message “Mic is ON.”
When I Start/CP/Sound and Audio Devices/ Audio the Sounds and Recording Devices Properties screen shows my recording device is the Logitech 4000. When I click the Volume button I get the error message “Windows can not execute SndVol32.exe. UseAdd?Remove Programs in Control Panel to install” – Install what? How?
Do you have the volume icon on the lower right of the taskbar
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