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Thread: Microphone Troubles

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    Microphone Troubles

    I use this program called teamspeak to talk to other people, and my frineds are able to use their mics on this game we play and on teamspeak at the same time and i can only use my mic on one program. Is there a special codec i need to install so i can use my mic on multiple programs?

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    I found this possible solution for sb5.1 video card.

    1. Go to the Control panel.
    2. Double click "Sounds, Speech and Audio Devices"
    3. Select 'Sounds and Audio Devices'
    4. Where it says 'Speaker settings' Select 'Advanced'
    5. Click the performance tab
    6. Take the Hardware Acceleration slider down a notch and restart your computer.

    source: station.com
    Linux Mint Debian Edition

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    Nope it doesnt work, my sound card is a SoundMAX Integraded Digital Audio and my video card is a Dell E770p.

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    Precision Processor Super Moderator egghead's Avatar
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    you might be limited by the hardware of your soundcard

    you can buy a soundblaster card that can perform everything you want and more
    www.sblive.com
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    I tried using my soundblaster but it conflicts with my other sound card because it is built in and when i disable it my computer conflicts with itself

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    Precision Processor Super Moderator egghead's Avatar
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    disable your on board soundcard in the bios

    log into windows
    log off and turn coimputer off
    install s/c and turn computer on and install the drivers
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