I’ve checked the drivers, and they are microsoft drivers, however the soundcard is a Realtek HD audio card. I guess nothing ventured nothing gained, but I just want to make sure I have the correct drivers before I try installing them. Current Temperatures Take II. However, I opened the. Lately I’ve been recording some music with this computer, and I’ve had a problem with dual inputs. Awhile back my internal mic stopped working. I was afraid that I didn’t because my drivers say they are microsoft drivers.
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The people on the other end say all they can hear is static. Need the correct driver for my soundcard, internal mic not working. Is there any benefit to using the Realtek drivers over the Windows default HD audio device drivers?
However, I opened the. I was like, “what the Basically, If I plug in a Mic, and then plug in a guitar, the mic works but the guitar doesn’t and vice-versa.
A link to the correct drivers would be greatly appreciated. I tried to record myself talking with windows recorder, and all I got on playback was static. Heres a copy of the.
Hi you might be better trying here Realtek. It says the driver provider is microsoft, and the driver version is 6. External mics work fine though.
Need the correct driver for my soundcard, internal mic not working
At this point I’ve just decided that the internal mic is fried, and I’m over it. I just realized that the asio4all drivers were still installed, so I removed them and restarted. This really makes recording a pain, because I have to record the guitar and singing separately. Lately I’ve been recording some music with this computer, and I’ve had a problem with dual inputs. I’ve also tried doing voicechat in several IMs and in Skype.
I was afraid that I didn’t because my drivers say they are microsoft drivers. I cant seem to find the drivers though. BB code is on. Would the wrong sound card drivers possibly make it not work, even though external mics work fine?
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I guess when I do I’ll take that forums advice and try installing them in compatibility mode for Vista. I’ve checked the drivers, and they are microsoft drivers, however the soundcard is a Realtek HD audio card.
All times are GMT Is this a driver issue? Current Temperatures Take II. Is this a problem with windows 7, or my audio drivers? Copyright -Tech Support Forum. I looked through this, and attempted to follow the directions that told me to install the realtek drivers in compatibility mode, however i did a search and I have no file called “RealTekSetup.
Computer powers off in sleep mode I’m really afraid to install them because with my luck I’ll do this and my speakers will stop working too. Thanks for your help and patience.
The thing is windows and other programs say its working fine. I hope some of that information helps to narrow down the cause. But I’d still like to make sure I have the best possible audio drivers for this 10c. I found a few different drivers, but I’m not sure if they are the right ones