I am using XP Pro, Windows Update is turned off and have not updated it so do not think that is the problem. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling drivers, as well as the muting of the mic in audio properties. Home Help Search Login Register. What mic do you have? I think you are trying to describe something abnormal, but we oldies are a little narrow minded.
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This is the case and I am not sure why.
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If nothing seems to work it might be a good idea to uninstall audio drivers make sure to reboot, clean old registry keys temp. It also happens when nothing is plugged in, for instance, lets say the mic is in but the speakers or headphones aren’t and winamp is playing music I think you are trying to describe something abnormal, but we oldies are a little narrow minded. To auddio is it connected? I f you are using any speakers at all you are always going to pick-up background noise i.
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I have a k9vgm-v series mobo that I just recently installed a few months ago. I have indeed restored to an earlier date and got nothing but the same issue.
My creative sound-blaster x-fi card sound manager has an option of making the mic jack an output under settings button, you might want to check that out. Works great except now for some reason my Mic is picking up whatever my Line Out has playing such as music, game sfx etc.
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Is m9vgm the CD-device connected with a small wire to the sound card of the motherboard? Are you using desktop speakers or a headset?
Also, I do have a noise cancelling headset and, this is not the case. Or you might wan to buy a noise canceling mic which tries to only pick-up anything above a certain db range.
Everything is plugged in the back, no use of front audio jacks. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling drivers, as well as the k9vgk of the mic in audio properties. I will try to elaborate a little better You have a mic and it picks up sound? I am using XP Pro, Windows Update is turned off and have not updated it so do not think that is the problem.
Go to Windows Volume control, and check under Recording settings, that Mic is ticked for recording input, and not Stereo mix. Home Help Search Login Register. Lets say you have your headphones on and put on winamp to play music, now you hit the vent button to talk but the person you are talking to hears the music going on you are playing. What mic do you have? Whatever kind of sound is going on, is picked up by the “Mic In” as well.
But if you disconnect the mic it shouldn’t pick up sound. That being the case you might be able to adjust the mic volume on recording side of sound options or a lot of newer sound cards offer a noise canceling option on the mic properties area of aftermarket sound manager.
Any help would be greatly appreciated as I am not sure if this is a hardware problem or not.