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Microphone Help

Discussion in 'Specific Hardware Issues' started by Leslie, Feb 12, 2021.

  1. Leslie

    Leslie

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    I have a Dell Microsoft computer running Windows 10. This week I lost my internet connection, and it was determined that my modem needed replacement. Once the tech person came and replaced it, it's just been like Whack a Mole trying to get things back to normal. I've solved everything but my microphone. Once everything started with Zoom this year, I pulled out my microphone, which I hadn't been using, plugged it in, and everything worked perfectly. Since the new modem was installed, it no longer works. I can't unmute it, nor can I speak through it. When I do a test, I get the message that they can't find the device. It's definitely plugged in just as before, in fact I never unplugged it. Does anyone have a solution?
     
  2. Tony D

    Tony D Administrator Administrator

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    Hello and welcome Leslie, Changing out the modem should have had no effect on the mic.

    I know you said that you hadn't changed anything, but please recheck to ensure that the microphone is in the correct connector on your computer. If it's a round pin type, and if there are colors on the headphone and microphone jacks, the mic would go in the pink connector.
     
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  3. IJAC

    IJAC Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    I would also check to see if there were any windows updates also. You never know what the updates can wreck.
     
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