If properly installed, you should have a mike as one of your input devices.
Are you sure it is plugged in? Even if it isn't, I think it should show a
mike option, with "not available" next to it. What is your sound device?
"Needin help in Bangkok" <NeedinhelpinBangkok@discussions.microsoft.com>
wrote in message news:CD020987-D4D9-4C41-AD3A-B79139C7263D@microsoft.com...
>I have bought 2 computers of the same specs. loaded vista on one and XP on
> the other. I am not able to set up my microphone properly on Vista.
> is fine but recording has some problem. From my experience usingXP i know
> that by default the microphone is on mute and using the volume tab and
> advance options in XP i can unmute it, but Vista is completely different.
> Vista doesnt have the microphone option in the volume control, it only has
> volume option for different devices (only play back). How do i solve my
> problem? I believe the only problem with the microphone is that at
> level the device volume is muted. Moreover the sound card driver also does
> not show the volume control option in Vista, though it does on XP. Please