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Dash 8

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#1 14 years ago

Hello, once I wanted to upgrade my onboard soundcard which is a Realtek '97, but after that I was unable to use my mic! So I un-install's the soundcard and install with the original version I used before, still the same problem! Right, I need a new soundcard was what i thought, but.. STILL THE SAME PROBLEM! I upgrade my new soundcards driver, still the same problem So my squadron mates in the IL-2 Sturmovik related 249th squadron tells me that I probably need a new mic, so I bought a new mic but... STILL THE SAME PROBLEM! The problem here is that when I press the talk button, my squad mates tell's me that it sounds like I'm singing or playing music, but when I press the "settings" option for Teamspeak and the "test mode" it sounds like the weird monsters in Half Life, lol This problem happens in every sound device stuff... (familiar to teamspeak) It does not work to increase/decrease output volume, and I've done everything I can to adjust output settings, but still no help in that...




Dash 8

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#2 14 years ago

So I managed to fix it, but I get these echoing sounds before and after I've said anything, so how do I get rid of these?




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#3 14 years ago

Thats lag time and prolly the mics fault to. A mute normally fixs that teamspeak and most other programs have an option were you can pick a key on the keybroad that mutes/unmutes the mic.




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#4 14 years ago
DisconnectingThats lag time and prolly the mics fault to. A mute normally fixs that teamspeak and most other programs have an option were you can pick a key on the keybroad that mutes/unmutes the mic.

what? sorry, but I couldn't understand all you said there... anyway, this problem happens with both of my mics




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#5 14 years ago

i also have a problem with my mic, whenever i test it it works fine ie, couterstrike, but when i am in gameplay nothing happens.




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#6 14 years ago
DisconnectingThats lag time and prolly the mics fault to. A mute normally fixs that teamspeak and most other programs have an option were you can pick a key on the keybroad that mutes/unmutes the mic.

so how do I mute the mic?




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#7 14 years ago

The other problem you may be having is where you have your mic plugged into. Do you have a front input that you are using? If so try plugging the mic into your port in the back, I know that some rigs that are built not store bought have an issue with the extra ports that the case has in front and how they connect to the mobo........




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#8 14 years ago

If you have XP, Go to the Control Panel, then click on Sounds and Audio Devices, once you are there click on the Voice tab on the top, and then where it says microphone click Volume, and the rest is just easy stuff. I had the very same problem.




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#9 14 years ago

The problem I had was there was no sound coming out the headphones, the mic worked but the headphones did not. But, I fixed it it. I got a BIG hammer and.....wait.....that's what I wanted to do. Seriously though, I plugged the mic in the sound card spot and the headset into the speaker spot(usually green). Then I took my desktop speakers and plugged them into the other spot on me card. Went to CP, Sound and Audio, changed the speakers from desktop to 5.1 surround. By doing this, is feed sound through the other spot(desktop speakers). Why, not the other way? Good ?. My sound card has one spot for a headset, the other spot is just for regular speakers. Hope this helps.

God bless, R&R




Viper7904

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#10 14 years ago

now how about my problem?




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