Microphone Drivers For Windows 8.1 Free Download Install Update
I have run the trouble-shooter and it says that "there is no device plugged in" despite the fact that I have tried this with a wide variety of devices. Make sure that the Microphone is not disabled and is set as default. Make sure that the microphone that you are using is not disabled and is set as default in the computer.
Follow these steps to check this: Now, check the issue. If it is already enabled, then try the next method and check the issue. Update the Sound Card Drivers. Check the Windows updates for any latest driver updates. Check in Windows updates if any driver updates are available. If so, install the same and check if it helps. Try updating the drivers from the Device Manager. Did this solve your problem?
Sorry this didn't help. When I checked that the microphone was enabled and set to default, both the microphone and line-in options were greyed out, not allowing me to set either of them as default. I then tried individually updating the sound drivers I have no separate sound card, sound is produced via the NVIDIA card but Windows advised me that all the drivers were "up to date".
I have a Gigabyte motherboard, so I went to their site and got the appropriate driver for my system. I doubt that it would help you unless you have exactly the same motherboard.
But here is the link anyway Not sure if anyone is still looking for an answer, but I had a similar problem and found a solution that works for me. For context, I was trying to get a program called Mumble to work, and it would not recognize the microphone on my headset.
My headset has two separate cords that are meant to plug into a mic jack and a headphone jack respectively. My laptop has a combined jack so I bought an adapter that has two 3-band female ports on one end and one 4-band male jack on the other end. There are two options here, "Tie up same type of input jacks Mine was pre-selected as "Tie up I went back to mumble and used the setup tool, and it recognized my microphone.
Also, my microphone now shows up under recording devices in hardware and sound, which it did not do before. I don't understand why this option exists or what exactly it does, but it fixed my problem. I hope it helps someone else out there too. Tell us about your experience with our site. Crip Davis Created on November 10, My desktop computer just updated from Windows 8 to 8. The Sound control panel is greyed out and will not allow me to make any changes to settings.
Any ideas how I can get Windows 8. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Jessen P Replied on November 11, Please reply if you have any questions. Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.
How satisfied are you with this response? Crip Davis Replied on November 11, In reply to Jessen P's post on November 11, Jessen, Thank you so much for taking the time to help. Unfortunately I've had a very frustrating morning. I have stepped through each of your suggestions, and so far, nothing has helped. A new option appeared, "Stereo Mix" and I was able to enable and make it default Crip Davis Replied on November 14, In reply to Crip Davis's post on November 11, Jessen, I went to the motherboard manufacturer's website and found the latest drivers for Windows 8.
I installed them and now all the sound ports are working perfectly. Thank you for pointing me in the right direction Crip Davis Replied on July 6, In reply to muskan7's post on July 6, Hi Muskan 7, I have a Gigabyte motherboard, so I went to their site and got the appropriate driver for my system. In reply to Crip Davis's post on November 14, In reply to Jessen P's post on March 16, Thank you so much.
Achsa Replied on March 29, In reply to wendysilveira's post on March 15, In reply to Windows 8. Plug it in, Plug it in just once. Open control panel, select Hardware and Sound. This is the first screen I saw that recognized that my headset microphone existed. Go to "Device Advanced Settings" in the upper right hand corner. The screen should refresh or something like that. RosieJoiner Replied on January 13, Jessen, You have saved my life by fixing a problem that would have otherwise ruined a very important Skype call tomorrow morning and it's late at night at the moment, so I would have been stuffed otherwise.
I can't take it anymore. My PC is not recognize my microphone. This site in other languages x.
microphone not woring after upgrading to WIndows 8.1
I have run the trouble-shooter and it says that "there is no device plugged in" despite the fact that I have tried this with a wide variety of devices. Make sure that the Microphone is not disabled and is set as default. Make sure that the microphone that you are using is not disabled and is set as default in the computer. Follow these steps to check this: Now, check the issue. If it is already enabled, then try the next method and check the issue. Update the Sound Card Drivers. Check the Windows updates for any latest driver updates. Check in Windows updates if any driver updates are available.
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