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Ever since then, my microphone doesn't work no matter which device I select in whatever program I'm using to capture audio. Just no sound is being registered at all. I'm not sure how or when it got there, but no matter what I do I seem to be unable to delete it.
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My theory is that when I am selecting my input device within whatever program or app I'm using, these conflicting name settings is somehow messing up which device it's trying to use. I only ever "see" one device that I can choose and it is the one that says "Microphone Array realtek blahblah " Has anyone ever seen this before? Or know of a way that I can "delete" that entry in recording devices permanently?
I've been at this for hours, deleting, installing drivers, restarting, changing devices. I'm at my wits end, nothing seems to be able to work. Mark RM Estimable.
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Jul 16, 0 5, Step 7: Check if you can recognize which one of the devices in the list is your microphone. Click on the relevant device to highlight it, and then click Set Default. Step 8: Double-click on the device from the list. The Microphone Properties window will appear. Click the Levels tab. Step Now check again if you see green bars rising when you talk into the microphone: if you do, your mic is now properly configured.
If you saw green bars moving then that means that the mic definitely works and is being picked up by Windows. To verify that, you can test your mic on our home page. Type "sound recorder" on the Start screen and then click "Sound Recorder" in the list of results to launch the app. Click the "Start Recording" button and then speak into the microphone. When you're done, click the "Stop Recording" button and save the audio file in any folder.
If you can hear your voice, your microphone is working properly. Nick Peers has been writing technology-related articles since He holds a Masters in information technology degree from the University of East London.