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Old October 22nd 06, 10:35 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
BlueTruth
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Default Microphone Static

I'm using a Samson C01U on the Windows Vista RC1 Build 5600. The microphone
worked fine prior to installing RC1. The problem is the microphone now
produces a massive amount of digital static (not the breathy type you get
when the mic is having troubles) instead of the clear crisp sound it used to.
I've only gotten my mic to work with Audacity, and those are the results
I've gotten. I've also tried using Adobe Audition 2.0 with the microphone,
but the microphone isn't given as an input method.

Please give any help possible on reducing the static.
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Old October 24th 06, 08:30 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
Spirefm
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Default Microphone Static

Have you tried running through all the microphone setups in the Control
Panel/Speech Recognition and the Audio Devices setup including Microphone
Properties?

"BlueTruth" wrote:

I'm using a Samson C01U on the Windows Vista RC1 Build 5600. The microphone
worked fine prior to installing RC1. The problem is the microphone now
produces a massive amount of digital static (not the breathy type you get
when the mic is having troubles) instead of the clear crisp sound it used to.
I've only gotten my mic to work with Audacity, and those are the results
I've gotten. I've also tried using Adobe Audition 2.0 with the microphone,
but the microphone isn't given as an input method.

Please give any help possible on reducing the static.

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Old April 15th 09, 04:30 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
acer231
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Default Microphone Static


I am using skype and when I try to test my mic or use skype all I get is
static. I have reloaded the driver several times with no success.


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Old April 19th 10, 09:48 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
spottedmahn
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Default Microphone Static


some problem here troubleshooting my mom's laptop.

Anybody find a solution?


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Old April 19th 10, 09:48 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
spottedmahn
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Default Microphone Static



some problem here troubleshooting my mom's laptop.

Anybody find a solution?


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Old April 20th 10, 08:01 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
smlunatick
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Default Microphone Static

On Apr 19, 10:48*pm, spottedmahn wrote:
some problem here troubleshooting my mom's laptop.

Anybody find a solution?

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spottedmahn


Why post to a year old question? You need to repost a complete
question separately and by itself. Include the version of Vista and
make / model of sound card.
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Old April 20th 10, 08:01 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
smlunatick
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Default Microphone Static

On Apr 19, 10:48*pm, spottedmahn wrote:
some problem here troubleshooting my mom's laptop.

Anybody find a solution?

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spottedmahn


Why post to a year old question? You need to repost a complete
question separately and by itself. Include the version of Vista and
make / model of sound card.
 




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