When I plug a Mic into the pc at the front or the back it says it is not connected,any ideas anyone?
Possibly a faulty mic - could you try a different mic?
May be the wrong type of microphone, different types have differing impedances and output voltages.
tried 3 mic's and all work on friends pc
Are Mic sockets on PC actually connected on Motherboard? Or again, possibly faulty socket(s).Has anyone been 'inside' the PC lately, might have disconnected mic sockets or connected to incorrect point(s).
rear sockets are part of the motherboard front ones are connected
that some audio setups can be controlled by the audio software...It might be that this is set up to see just "line" rather than "mic" level input.If this is the case it might be that under these conditions it will not recognise a microphone.With apologies if this doesn't help!Regards,Simsy
Have a look in Control Panel>Sounds & Audio Devices, check the mic controls.
sorry have been on holiday put i still have the prob.(not due to the holiday of course)
Probably best to buy a cheap sound card (assuming you have a spare slot for it), or a USB sound card. click here cheap as chips!
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