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No microphone devices detected

  1. #1


    Jerry Hughes Guest

    No microphone devices detected

    Hello,

    I have a problem here that I hope someone will be able to solve. I want
    to record my voice but when I go to my voice recorder, nothing happens. The
    voice "slider" that usually moves when a voice is being recorded, doesn't.
    So I went to my Speaker Icon in my system's tray and right clicked on that.
    I opened the Recording tab and found "no audio devices are installed".

    Now, I may have deleted the device by mistake, otherwise I would think I
    should see something listed there. Could anyone tell me how I would get this
    device back? Thank you for any help with this!
    Jerry

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  2. #2


    Daze N. Knights Guest

    Re: No microphone devices detected

    You don't say whether or not you have speakers and/or microphone plugged
    in. If you do, it sounds like you probably need to reinstall your audio
    driver.

    Daze
    -------

    Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > Hello,
    >
    > I have a problem here that I hope someone will be able to solve. I want
    > to record my voice but when I go to my voice recorder, nothing happens. The
    > voice "slider" that usually moves when a voice is being recorded, doesn't.
    > So I went to my Speaker Icon in my system's tray and right clicked on that.
    > I opened the Recording tab and found "no audio devices are installed".
    >
    > Now, I may have deleted the device by mistake, otherwise I would think I
    > should see something listed there. Could anyone tell me how I would get this
    > device back? Thank you for any help with this!
    > Jerry


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  3. #3


    Mary Guest

    Re: No microphone devices detected

    And some sound cards do not have a driver for the mike & other components
    yet. Check the manufacturers web site for any updates. Creative and other
    sound card makers are still playing catch up with Vista drivers.

    "Daze N. Knights" wrote:

    > You don't say whether or not you have speakers and/or microphone plugged
    > in. If you do, it sounds like you probably need to reinstall your audio
    > driver.
    >
    > Daze
    > -------
    >
    > Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > > Hello,
    > >
    > > I have a problem here that I hope someone will be able to solve. I want
    > > to record my voice but when I go to my voice recorder, nothing happens. The
    > > voice "slider" that usually moves when a voice is being recorded, doesn't.
    > > So I went to my Speaker Icon in my system's tray and right clicked on that.
    > > I opened the Recording tab and found "no audio devices are installed".
    > >
    > > Now, I may have deleted the device by mistake, otherwise I would think I
    > > should see something listed there. Could anyone tell me how I would get this
    > > device back? Thank you for any help with this!
    > > Jerry

    >


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  4. #4


    Jerry Hughes Guest

    Re: No microphone devices detected

    Hello,

    Yes, I do have speakers and my mic is plugged in. I went to my Device
    Manager and searched for a new driver under "Sound, video and game
    controllers" but it stated that my driver was the latest and best. Is there
    somewhere else I should search? By the way, does anyone else who has Vista
    Home Premium and a Dell E 1705 with that sound controller see a microphone
    listed under their recording devices? Also, I have a webam with a built in
    microphone and when that is in use, that on-board microphone works. Thanks
    again.

    Jerry

    "Mary" wrote:

    > And some sound cards do not have a driver for the mike & other components
    > yet. Check the manufacturers web site for any updates. Creative and other
    > sound card makers are still playing catch up with Vista drivers.
    >
    > "Daze N. Knights" wrote:
    >
    > > You don't say whether or not you have speakers and/or microphone plugged
    > > in. If you do, it sounds like you probably need to reinstall your audio
    > > driver.
    > >
    > > Daze
    > > -------
    > >
    > > Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > > > Hello,
    > > >
    > > > I have a problem here that I hope someone will be able to solve. I want
    > > > to record my voice but when I go to my voice recorder, nothing happens. The
    > > > voice "slider" that usually moves when a voice is being recorded, doesn't.
    > > > So I went to my Speaker Icon in my system's tray and right clicked on that.
    > > > I opened the Recording tab and found "no audio devices are installed".
    > > >
    > > > Now, I may have deleted the device by mistake, otherwise I would think I
    > > > should see something listed there. Could anyone tell me how I would get this
    > > > device back? Thank you for any help with this!
    > > > Jerry

    > >


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  5. #5


    Daze N. Knights Guest

    Re: No microphone devices detected

    Are you running Vista 32? If so, do you have the Sigmatel audio driver
    listed here:

    http://support.dell.com/support/down...=us&l=en&s=gen

    Daze
    ------

    Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > Hello,
    >
    > Yes, I do have speakers and my mic is plugged in. I went to my Device
    > Manager and searched for a new driver under "Sound, video and game
    > controllers" but it stated that my driver was the latest and best. Is there
    > somewhere else I should search? By the way, does anyone else who has Vista
    > Home Premium and a Dell E 1705 with that sound controller see a microphone
    > listed under their recording devices? Also, I have a webam with a built in
    > microphone and when that is in use, that on-board microphone works. Thanks
    > again.
    >
    > Jerry
    >
    > "Mary" wrote:
    >
    >> And some sound cards do not have a driver for the mike & other components
    >> yet. Check the manufacturers web site for any updates. Creative and other
    >> sound card makers are still playing catch up with Vista drivers.
    >>
    >> "Daze N. Knights" wrote:
    >>
    >>> You don't say whether or not you have speakers and/or microphone plugged
    >>> in. If you do, it sounds like you probably need to reinstall your audio
    >>> driver.
    >>>
    >>> Daze
    >>> -------
    >>>
    >>> Jerry Hughes wrote:
    >>>> Hello,
    >>>>
    >>>> I have a problem here that I hope someone will be able to solve. I want
    >>>> to record my voice but when I go to my voice recorder, nothing happens. The
    >>>> voice "slider" that usually moves when a voice is being recorded, doesn't.
    >>>> So I went to my Speaker Icon in my system's tray and right clicked on that.
    >>>> I opened the Recording tab and found "no audio devices are installed".
    >>>>
    >>>> Now, I may have deleted the device by mistake, otherwise I would think I
    >>>> should see something listed there. Could anyone tell me how I would get this
    >>>> device back? Thank you for any help with this!
    >>>> Jerry


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  6. #6


    Jerry Hughes Guest

    Re: No microphone devices detected

    Hi Daze,
    Thank you for getting back with me on this. I really appreciate it. I
    have that driver downloaded but when I open my recording devices by
    right-clicking on the small speaker icon in the task bar, I still get the
    message, under my recording devices, that there are no audio devices
    installed. So, were there none to begin with or did I delete them by
    mistake? Can't imagine Vista would come without them, especially when under
    my "Start" button I have the "Sound Recorder" program. Any ideas? Thanks
    again.

    Jerry

    "Daze N. Knights" wrote:

    > Are you running Vista 32? If so, do you have the Sigmatel audio driver
    > listed here:
    >
    > http://support.dell.com/support/down...=us&l=en&s=gen
    >
    > Daze
    > ------
    >
    > Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > > Hello,
    > >
    > > Yes, I do have speakers and my mic is plugged in. I went to my Device
    > > Manager and searched for a new driver under "Sound, video and game
    > > controllers" but it stated that my driver was the latest and best. Is there
    > > somewhere else I should search? By the way, does anyone else who has Vista
    > > Home Premium and a Dell E 1705 with that sound controller see a microphone
    > > listed under their recording devices? Also, I have a webam with a built in
    > > microphone and when that is in use, that on-board microphone works. Thanks
    > > again.
    > >
    > > Jerry
    > >
    > > "Mary" wrote:
    > >
    > >> And some sound cards do not have a driver for the mike & other components
    > >> yet. Check the manufacturers web site for any updates. Creative and other
    > >> sound card makers are still playing catch up with Vista drivers.
    > >>
    > >> "Daze N. Knights" wrote:
    > >>
    > >>> You don't say whether or not you have speakers and/or microphone plugged
    > >>> in. If you do, it sounds like you probably need to reinstall your audio
    > >>> driver.
    > >>>
    > >>> Daze
    > >>> -------
    > >>>
    > >>> Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > >>>> Hello,
    > >>>>
    > >>>> I have a problem here that I hope someone will be able to solve. I want
    > >>>> to record my voice but when I go to my voice recorder, nothing happens. The
    > >>>> voice "slider" that usually moves when a voice is being recorded, doesn't.
    > >>>> So I went to my Speaker Icon in my system's tray and right clicked on that.
    > >>>> I opened the Recording tab and found "no audio devices are installed".
    > >>>>
    > >>>> Now, I may have deleted the device by mistake, otherwise I would think I
    > >>>> should see something listed there. Could anyone tell me how I would get this
    > >>>> device back? Thank you for any help with this!
    > >>>> Jerry

    >


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  7. #7


    Daze N. Knights Guest

    Re: No microphone devices detected

    In your Device Manager, did you uninstall whatever audio driver is
    currently installed, then install the new Sigmatel driver you've downloaded?

    Also that Sigmatel driver is for *onboard* sound. You don't, perchance,
    have a separate sound card installed, do you?

    Daze
    ---------

    Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > Hi Daze,
    > Thank you for getting back with me on this. I really appreciate it. I
    > have that driver downloaded but when I open my recording devices by
    > right-clicking on the small speaker icon in the task bar, I still get the
    > message, under my recording devices, that there are no audio devices
    > installed. So, were there none to begin with or did I delete them by
    > mistake? Can't imagine Vista would come without them, especially when under
    > my "Start" button I have the "Sound Recorder" program. Any ideas? Thanks
    > again.
    >
    > Jerry
    >
    > "Daze N. Knights" wrote:
    >
    >> Are you running Vista 32? If so, do you have the Sigmatel audio driver
    >> listed here:
    >>
    >> http://support.dell.com/support/down...=us&l=en&s=gen
    >>
    >> Daze
    >> ------
    >>
    >> Jerry Hughes wrote:
    >>> Hello,
    >>>
    >>> Yes, I do have speakers and my mic is plugged in. I went to my Device
    >>> Manager and searched for a new driver under "Sound, video and game
    >>> controllers" but it stated that my driver was the latest and best. Is there
    >>> somewhere else I should search? By the way, does anyone else who has Vista
    >>> Home Premium and a Dell E 1705 with that sound controller see a microphone
    >>> listed under their recording devices? Also, I have a webam with a built in
    >>> microphone and when that is in use, that on-board microphone works. Thanks
    >>> again.
    >>>
    >>> Jerry
    >>>
    >>> "Mary" wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> And some sound cards do not have a driver for the mike & other components
    >>>> yet. Check the manufacturers web site for any updates. Creative and other
    >>>> sound card makers are still playing catch up with Vista drivers.
    >>>>
    >>>> "Daze N. Knights" wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>> You don't say whether or not you have speakers and/or microphone plugged
    >>>>> in. If you do, it sounds like you probably need to reinstall your audio
    >>>>> driver.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Daze
    >>>>> -------
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Jerry Hughes wrote:
    >>>>>> Hello,
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> I have a problem here that I hope someone will be able to solve. I want
    >>>>>> to record my voice but when I go to my voice recorder, nothing happens. The
    >>>>>> voice "slider" that usually moves when a voice is being recorded, doesn't.
    >>>>>> So I went to my Speaker Icon in my system's tray and right clicked on that.
    >>>>>> I opened the Recording tab and found "no audio devices are installed".
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> Now, I may have deleted the device by mistake, otherwise I would think I
    >>>>>> should see something listed there. Could anyone tell me how I would get this
    >>>>>> device back? Thank you for any help with this!
    >>>>>> Jerry


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  8. #8


    Jerry Hughes Guest

    Re: No microphone devices detected

    Hi Daze,

    You were correct. I went to Dell's technical help and chatted with a
    tech who installed the driver for me via Dell Connect. Yes, I did not
    uninstall the Sigma drivers first and I knew right away, when watching the
    technician, that that was probably my problem. After done, he went to the
    top of my list of drivers in my Device Manager and clicked something like
    "update system hardware" or similar. After rebooting, the microphone was now
    listed on my computer and I ran a test of the plug-in microphone and it works
    okay.

    I didn't know that I had to uninstall the drivers first. I thought
    that the new download would simply replace what was missing in the driver or
    replace the whole driver itself. Lesson learned.

    Thank you very much, Daze, for all your help. It is one more thing I
    will learn about the operation of my computer. Have a great day.

    Jerry

    "Daze N. Knights" wrote:

    > In your Device Manager, did you uninstall whatever audio driver is
    > currently installed, then install the new Sigmatel driver you've downloaded?
    >
    > Also that Sigmatel driver is for *onboard* sound. You don't, perchance,
    > have a separate sound card installed, do you?
    >
    > Daze
    > ---------
    >
    > Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > > Hi Daze,
    > > Thank you for getting back with me on this. I really appreciate it. I
    > > have that driver downloaded but when I open my recording devices by
    > > right-clicking on the small speaker icon in the task bar, I still get the
    > > message, under my recording devices, that there are no audio devices
    > > installed. So, were there none to begin with or did I delete them by
    > > mistake? Can't imagine Vista would come without them, especially when under
    > > my "Start" button I have the "Sound Recorder" program. Any ideas? Thanks
    > > again.
    > >
    > > Jerry
    > >
    > > "Daze N. Knights" wrote:
    > >
    > >> Are you running Vista 32? If so, do you have the Sigmatel audio driver
    > >> listed here:
    > >>
    > >> http://support.dell.com/support/down...=us&l=en&s=gen
    > >>
    > >> Daze
    > >> ------
    > >>
    > >> Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > >>> Hello,
    > >>>
    > >>> Yes, I do have speakers and my mic is plugged in. I went to my Device
    > >>> Manager and searched for a new driver under "Sound, video and game
    > >>> controllers" but it stated that my driver was the latest and best. Is there
    > >>> somewhere else I should search? By the way, does anyone else who has Vista
    > >>> Home Premium and a Dell E 1705 with that sound controller see a microphone
    > >>> listed under their recording devices? Also, I have a webam with a built in
    > >>> microphone and when that is in use, that on-board microphone works. Thanks
    > >>> again.
    > >>>
    > >>> Jerry
    > >>>
    > >>> "Mary" wrote:
    > >>>
    > >>>> And some sound cards do not have a driver for the mike & other components
    > >>>> yet. Check the manufacturers web site for any updates. Creative and other
    > >>>> sound card makers are still playing catch up with Vista drivers.
    > >>>>
    > >>>> "Daze N. Knights" wrote:
    > >>>>
    > >>>>> You don't say whether or not you have speakers and/or microphone plugged
    > >>>>> in. If you do, it sounds like you probably need to reinstall your audio
    > >>>>> driver.
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>> Daze
    > >>>>> -------
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>> Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > >>>>>> Hello,
    > >>>>>>
    > >>>>>> I have a problem here that I hope someone will be able to solve. I want
    > >>>>>> to record my voice but when I go to my voice recorder, nothing happens. The
    > >>>>>> voice "slider" that usually moves when a voice is being recorded, doesn't.
    > >>>>>> So I went to my Speaker Icon in my system's tray and right clicked on that.
    > >>>>>> I opened the Recording tab and found "no audio devices are installed".
    > >>>>>>
    > >>>>>> Now, I may have deleted the device by mistake, otherwise I would think I
    > >>>>>> should see something listed there. Could anyone tell me how I would get this
    > >>>>>> device back? Thank you for any help with this!
    > >>>>>> Jerry

    >


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  9. #9


    Daze N. Knights Guest

    Re: No microphone devices detected

    Inline:

    Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > Hi Daze,
    >
    > You were correct. I went to Dell's technical help and chatted with a
    > tech who installed the driver for me via Dell Connect. Yes, I did not
    > uninstall the Sigma drivers first and I knew right away, when watching the
    > technician, that that was probably my problem. After done, he went to the
    > top of my list of drivers in my Device Manager and clicked something like
    > "update system hardware" or similar. After rebooting, the microphone was now
    > listed on my computer and I ran a test of the plug-in microphone and it works
    > okay.


    "Update system hardware" in the Device Manager? That sounds like
    something new to me . . . .

    >
    > I didn't know that I had to uninstall the drivers first. I thought
    > that the new download would simply replace what was missing in the driver or
    > replace the whole driver itself. Lesson learned.
    >
    > Thank you very much, Daze, for all your help. It is one more thing I
    > will learn about the operation of my computer. Have a great day.


    YW. That's the way we all learn. Have problems, troubleshoot, ask
    questions . . .

    Daze
    --------

    >
    > "Daze N. Knights" wrote:
    >
    >> In your Device Manager, did you uninstall whatever audio driver is
    >> currently installed, then install the new Sigmatel driver you've downloaded?
    >>
    >> Also that Sigmatel driver is for *onboard* sound. You don't, perchance,
    >> have a separate sound card installed, do you?
    >>
    >> Daze
    >> ---------
    >>
    >> Jerry Hughes wrote:
    >>> Hi Daze,
    >>> Thank you for getting back with me on this. I really appreciate it. I
    >>> have that driver downloaded but when I open my recording devices by
    >>> right-clicking on the small speaker icon in the task bar, I still get the
    >>> message, under my recording devices, that there are no audio devices
    >>> installed. So, were there none to begin with or did I delete them by
    >>> mistake? Can't imagine Vista would come without them, especially when under
    >>> my "Start" button I have the "Sound Recorder" program. Any ideas? Thanks
    >>> again.
    >>>
    >>> Jerry
    >>>
    >>> "Daze N. Knights" wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Are you running Vista 32? If so, do you have the Sigmatel audio driver
    >>>> listed here:
    >>>>
    >>>> http://support.dell.com/support/down...=us&l=en&s=gen
    >>>>
    >>>> Daze
    >>>> ------
    >>>>
    >>>> Jerry Hughes wrote:
    >>>>> Hello,
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Yes, I do have speakers and my mic is plugged in. I went to my Device
    >>>>> Manager and searched for a new driver under "Sound, video and game
    >>>>> controllers" but it stated that my driver was the latest and best. Is there
    >>>>> somewhere else I should search? By the way, does anyone else who has Vista
    >>>>> Home Premium and a Dell E 1705 with that sound controller see a microphone
    >>>>> listed under their recording devices? Also, I have a webam with a built in
    >>>>> microphone and when that is in use, that on-board microphone works. Thanks
    >>>>> again.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Jerry
    >>>>>
    >>>>> "Mary" wrote:
    >>>>>
    >>>>>> And some sound cards do not have a driver for the mike & other components
    >>>>>> yet. Check the manufacturers web site for any updates. Creative and other
    >>>>>> sound card makers are still playing catch up with Vista drivers.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> "Daze N. Knights" wrote:
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>> You don't say whether or not you have speakers and/or microphone plugged
    >>>>>>> in. If you do, it sounds like you probably need to reinstall your audio
    >>>>>>> driver.
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> Daze
    >>>>>>> -------
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> Jerry Hughes wrote:
    >>>>>>>> Hello,
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>> I have a problem here that I hope someone will be able to solve. I want
    >>>>>>>> to record my voice but when I go to my voice recorder, nothing happens. The
    >>>>>>>> voice "slider" that usually moves when a voice is being recorded, doesn't.
    >>>>>>>> So I went to my Speaker Icon in my system's tray and right clicked on that.
    >>>>>>>> I opened the Recording tab and found "no audio devices are installed".
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>> Now, I may have deleted the device by mistake, otherwise I would think I
    >>>>>>>> should see something listed there. Could anyone tell me how I would get this
    >>>>>>>> device back? Thank you for any help with this!
    >>>>>>>> Jerry


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  10. #10


    Jerry Hughes Guest

    Re: No microphone devices detected

    Hi Daze,

    He went to Device Manager, after downloading the drivers, and at the very
    top of the list is the I.D. number of your computer. He right-clicked on
    that and selected "scan for hardware changes". New hardware was recognized
    and he completed that process.

    I've learned that I can "update" my drivers without uninstalling them
    first but when there is a question of a hardware device missing, I will
    completely uninstall the device first, then reinstall.

    Yes, we live and learn. Thanks again.

    Jerry

    "Daze N. Knights" wrote:

    > Inline:
    >
    > Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > > Hi Daze,
    > >
    > > You were correct. I went to Dell's technical help and chatted with a
    > > tech who installed the driver for me via Dell Connect. Yes, I did not
    > > uninstall the Sigma drivers first and I knew right away, when watching the
    > > technician, that that was probably my problem. After done, he went to the
    > > top of my list of drivers in my Device Manager and clicked something like
    > > "update system hardware" or similar. After rebooting, the microphone was now
    > > listed on my computer and I ran a test of the plug-in microphone and it works
    > > okay.

    >
    > "Update system hardware" in the Device Manager? That sounds like
    > something new to me . . . .
    >
    > >
    > > I didn't know that I had to uninstall the drivers first. I thought
    > > that the new download would simply replace what was missing in the driver or
    > > replace the whole driver itself. Lesson learned.
    > >
    > > Thank you very much, Daze, for all your help. It is one more thing I
    > > will learn about the operation of my computer. Have a great day.

    >
    > YW. That's the way we all learn. Have problems, troubleshoot, ask
    > questions . . .
    >
    > Daze
    > --------
    >
    > >
    > > "Daze N. Knights" wrote:
    > >
    > >> In your Device Manager, did you uninstall whatever audio driver is
    > >> currently installed, then install the new Sigmatel driver you've downloaded?
    > >>
    > >> Also that Sigmatel driver is for *onboard* sound. You don't, perchance,
    > >> have a separate sound card installed, do you?
    > >>
    > >> Daze
    > >> ---------
    > >>
    > >> Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > >>> Hi Daze,
    > >>> Thank you for getting back with me on this. I really appreciate it. I
    > >>> have that driver downloaded but when I open my recording devices by
    > >>> right-clicking on the small speaker icon in the task bar, I still get the
    > >>> message, under my recording devices, that there are no audio devices
    > >>> installed. So, were there none to begin with or did I delete them by
    > >>> mistake? Can't imagine Vista would come without them, especially when under
    > >>> my "Start" button I have the "Sound Recorder" program. Any ideas? Thanks
    > >>> again.
    > >>>
    > >>> Jerry
    > >>>
    > >>> "Daze N. Knights" wrote:
    > >>>
    > >>>> Are you running Vista 32? If so, do you have the Sigmatel audio driver
    > >>>> listed here:
    > >>>>
    > >>>> http://support.dell.com/support/down...=us&l=en&s=gen
    > >>>>
    > >>>> Daze
    > >>>> ------
    > >>>>
    > >>>> Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > >>>>> Hello,
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>> Yes, I do have speakers and my mic is plugged in. I went to my Device
    > >>>>> Manager and searched for a new driver under "Sound, video and game
    > >>>>> controllers" but it stated that my driver was the latest and best. Is there
    > >>>>> somewhere else I should search? By the way, does anyone else who has Vista
    > >>>>> Home Premium and a Dell E 1705 with that sound controller see a microphone
    > >>>>> listed under their recording devices? Also, I have a webam with a built in
    > >>>>> microphone and when that is in use, that on-board microphone works. Thanks
    > >>>>> again.
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>> Jerry
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>> "Mary" wrote:
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>>> And some sound cards do not have a driver for the mike & other components
    > >>>>>> yet. Check the manufacturers web site for any updates. Creative and other
    > >>>>>> sound card makers are still playing catch up with Vista drivers.
    > >>>>>>
    > >>>>>> "Daze N. Knights" wrote:
    > >>>>>>
    > >>>>>>> You don't say whether or not you have speakers and/or microphone plugged
    > >>>>>>> in. If you do, it sounds like you probably need to reinstall your audio
    > >>>>>>> driver.
    > >>>>>>>
    > >>>>>>> Daze
    > >>>>>>> -------
    > >>>>>>>
    > >>>>>>> Jerry Hughes wrote:
    > >>>>>>>> Hello,
    > >>>>>>>>
    > >>>>>>>> I have a problem here that I hope someone will be able to solve. I want
    > >>>>>>>> to record my voice but when I go to my voice recorder, nothing happens. The
    > >>>>>>>> voice "slider" that usually moves when a voice is being recorded, doesn't.
    > >>>>>>>> So I went to my Speaker Icon in my system's tray and right clicked on that.
    > >>>>>>>> I opened the Recording tab and found "no audio devices are installed".
    > >>>>>>>>
    > >>>>>>>> Now, I may have deleted the device by mistake, otherwise I would think I
    > >>>>>>>> should see something listed there. Could anyone tell me how I would get this
    > >>>>>>>> device back? Thank you for any help with this!
    > >>>>>>>> Jerry

    >


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