It says the driver provider is microsoft, and the driver version is 6. I’ve checked the drivers, and they are microsoft drivers, however the soundcard is a Realtek HD audio card. All times are GMT I tried to record myself talking with windows recorder, and all I got on playback was static. Hi you might be better trying here Realtek. No, its definitely enabled. I guess nothing ventured nothing gained, but I just want to make sure I have the correct drivers before I try installing them.
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It had no effect though, the mic still just records static. Playback is fine, but the internal mic wont record. I guess when I do I’ll take that forums advice and 10ex installing them in compatibility mode for Vista.
The thing is windows and other programs say its working fine. I was afraid that I didn’t 10ev my drivers say they are microsoft drivers. Funny thing is, it picks up that the devices are making sound when i check the recording tab in the windows volume control, but only the first device I plug in will actually pick up any sound.
In fact, my soundcard is just listed as “High Definition Audio Device” in the device manager. Virus Problem, Please Help.
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Current Temperatures Take II. At this point I’ve just decided that the internal mic is fried, and I’m over it. But when I try to record anything anywhere, all I get is static.
External mics work fine though. I guess nothing ventured nothing gained, but I just want to make sure I have the correct drivers before I try installing them.
I even tried checking “listen to this device” on both devices and they still wouldn’t both pick up. Is there any benefit to using the Realtek drivers over the Windows default HD audio device drivers? Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. Is this a driver issue? I’ve also tried doing voicechat in several IMs and in Skype. I sang while my friend played guitar, and only the guitar was there.
I just realized that the asio4all drivers were still installed, so I removed them and restarted. Awhile back my internal mic stopped working.
Heres a copy of the. Could you maybe point me in the direction of the correct drivers? It says the driver provider is microsoft, and the driver version is 6.
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Lately I’ve been recording some music with this computer, and I’ve had a problem with dual inputs. I hope some of that information helps to narrow down the cause. I tried to 02688 myself talking with windows recorder, and all I got on playback was static.
Well, that one didn’t work, but I found this one: At first I thought maybe it just shorted out, but I’ve started to wonder if maybe windows 7 just decided to install updated drivers 01ec asking me stupid windows update and maybe they aren’t the right ones.
I’ve tried it in several 100ec programs and its the same result. Basically, If I plug in a Mic, and then plug in a guitar, the mic works but the guitar doesn’t and vice-versa.
In fact, I think it stopped working after I installed FL studio and tried to record something in it. Copyright -Tech Support Forum. I cant seem to find the drivers though. Hi you might be better trying here Realtek.