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Btw I have sound in my BIOS ...
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Originally Posted by Legolas69 View Post

Btw I have sound in my BIOS ...

This more or less leads me to believe when you re-installed the drivers to try and get the microphone to work.. that you ended up with a conflict (or something similar). In your audio management screenshot it clearly shows that your Realtek High Definition device is being seen and set to default. Yet your error screenshot shows it as being disabled...

Instead of simply installing the drivers again...

I would uninstall any Realtek audio software and remove the realtek device in device manager. When you get into sound manager under your Sound, video and game controllers.. highlight the realtek audio and then click the uninstall option up top (it looks like a little monitor with a red x under it). It may ask if you want to remove the drivers as well (say yes).

When you reboot windows should redetect the realtek audio device and either reinstall the drivers on its own (or ask you to provide them).


As far as the bios setting. In the bios where you said you could see your devices were all enabled. There should be an option on that same page that says something like "front panel audio". The options are probably: Disabled, High Definition (or just HD) and AC97. It is also possible it simply has an option like "enable HD" with relative options of enabled/disabled. Sometimes the HD option (which is in general the default) causes the issue you were having.

If you can't find the setting the easiest thing is to simply try plugging the microphone into the back panel (there should be one mic jack back there and those don't have this issue).
Edited by Digitalwolf - 7/6/13 at 12:17pm
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I would uninstall any Realtek audio software and remove the realtek device in device manager. When you get into sound manager under your Sound, video and game controllers.. highlight the realtek audio and then click the uninstall option up top (it looks like a little monitor with a red x under it). It may ask if you want to remove the drivers as well (say yes).

When you reboot windows should redetect the realtek audio device and either reinstall the drivers on its own (or ask you to provide them).

Did everything step by step ... - no result ...

I found a picture of simillar to my UEFI bios ... My has:
Onboard HD Audio
- Front Panel
-On/Off Play
I tried everything to set it on Auto / Enabled / Disabled ... no result frown.gif



Btw ... there is still no result when i plug my mic and speakers into the back panel ....

And a screenshot from Realtek HD Audio:

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