Endless Beep if any mic is connected

Emachines T6520 desktop
September 14, 2009 at 06:10:12
Specs: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, 2.394 GHz / 1023 MB
I play Flight Simulation games allways using my microphone and it was allways great untill yesterday i came home and when i started talking with my friend he said that theres a beeping sound coming from me when i speak, so i unmuted the mic volume so i could hear myself and he was right theres this endless beeeeeeeeep and only a little i could hear myself over that beep. I have connected a difrent mic and it was the same thing. Then i tryde it on my laptop and none of them made that beep so its 100% that its somthing with this computer but what could it be??

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#1
September 14, 2009 at 15:43:05
... how far is the mic from your speaker?


... move it further(?)

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#2
September 14, 2009 at 19:19:17
If moving the mic further away doesn't solve the issue, try uninstalling and reinstalling the audio driver. Post back if needed.

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#3
September 15, 2009 at 04:56:41
Moving it doesnt have anything to do with it and i just Fragmanted and then reinstalled my Windows then installed all the needed drivers that allways worked on the comp that wore on a CD but theres still a beeep when a microphone is plugged in even after that.

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#4
September 15, 2009 at 05:19:23
... if they "were" on the pc prior and you just reinstalled (repair install) xp the drivers should still be there!

"...Moving it doesnt have anything to do with it..." ...its called "feedback"


... going by your spec's Emachines T6520 desktop <<click

... then click downloads ...then "Audio" download


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#5
September 15, 2009 at 08:09:24
Yeah i have that Realtek AC'97 Audio Driver on the CD and thats what i installed but nothing changed.

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#6
September 15, 2009 at 08:21:06
... go to "start" run (type) mmsys.cpl [press enter]

... click voice (tab) ... under voice recording + playback are they both the same device? ... if not click and toggle to another.

... next click Audio (tab) click volume place a check in "line in" see if that makes any difference ... I guess you use headphones(?)

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#7
September 15, 2009 at 20:05:02
go to "start" run (type) mmsys.cpl [press enter]

... click voice (tab) ... under voice recording + playback are they both the same device? ... if not click and toggle to another.

... next click Audio (tab) click volume place a check in "line in" see if that makes any difference ... I guess you use headphones(?)
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And if THAT doesn't work, just replace the MIC !!!

Jarvis -Technician
TekTime
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#8
September 28, 2009 at 07:48:42
HAHA :DDD, it has somthing to do with my sound card that is implented into the motherboard.I just bought a new sound card, installed it and it works great!! Oh and i only spent $16 :D

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