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Wordless Wanderer

In-built microphone problems

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I use an Asus K2Jr Notebook which has Win 7 home premium X64. The in-built microphone in this computer is giving me headaches. If I use it to record audio or use it for skype, the person at the other end can not hear my voice clearly and can hear loads of distortions and I quote 'feels like you're underwater'. I can't seem to locate the problem... I've updated the Realtek driver but it still doesn't help :/ Any suggestions?

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Have you tried turning off the loudspeaker or tried to use headphones to Skype?

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I do use headphones and the loudspeaker is turned off

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I do use headphones and the loudspeaker is turned off

Then the only real recommendation I have is to use an external microphone,

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from the control panel go to sounds and see if there is more than one device set as default and try switching and trying betweeh them

then if that doesn't work you can go to "recording tab " in same window and check it's properties of microphone and change some stuff

like uncheck microphone boost or lower or raise the quality

then if that doesn't make any change try the " sounds tab " in same window also check if any special effects are in use and if not then try using one

edit : forget the last step am too used to xp i forgot sound effects are in different place :D

Edited by Knight Of Shadows

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