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cheers btw for the help aphex182 View Public Profile Find all posts by aphex182 (#10) lysaer Maha Guru Videocard: 4 x 780ti Processor: I7 3960x @ Line Out 4 jack Connects to the Rear Left and Rear Right inputs on a pair of powered analog speakers or an A/V receiver. 4. When i was talking to a m8 of mine he said it sounds like your under water! Hate mail everywhere.... http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f23/solved-creative-sound-blaster-x-fi-mic-not-working-232067-2.html

Creative Sb X-fi Microphone Jack

This is due to changes and/or updates in the new firmware/driver releases. The Mic. It was set to the Digital-In as the default even though nothing was ever connected to it. Creative Recorder, set your record options, and then click the Record button to start recording.

MS needs to fix this. Creative proprietary AND_EXT connector Connects to one end of the analog cable. In XP my Mic was working perfectly, but in with Creative Vista drivers no, because of this option. Creative Audio Control Panel Windows 10 yeah they might do i can;t be arsed to get behind my case lol it's a mission, but check you got it enabled right in audio panel doesn't look like it

The computer was originally sold with XP-Pro and is now running Windows 7 Professional, SP1, 64 bit. see the window that says recording? deltatux deltatux View Public Profile Find all posts by deltatux (#12) aphex182 Master Guru Videocard: Geforce GTX980 Processor: Intel Core i5-2500 Sandy Mainboard: Asus P8P67 LE New http://www.tomsguide.com/forum/53965-6-creative-titanium-microphone-problem Click the Audio Source box to select the audio source.

Wednesday, April 07, 2010 10:32 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have the same problem, mic doesnt work but the sound is fine. Creative Sb X-fi Windows 10 Driver it's kinda hard to play BF2 with my friends with no mic.. :( Monday, August 10, 2009 2:45 PM Reply | Quote 2 Sign in to vote Hello there! If you have any idea what can cause the issue please help, if nothing will work i will... Usually the reason is that the device is wrong in Teamspeak or in sound control panel (or it is muted somewhere).

Sound Blaster Microphone Not Working

Knowledgebase Solutions Page 1 | 2 Installing Sound Blaster sound card Uninstalling Sound Blaster Drivers and Applications(Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10) Headphone General Troubleshooting Tips "Windows Logo testing" message Then I had to open up the Recording tab of the Sound dialog box (right click on speaker in taskbar and select recording devices) and then right click the Microphone (Creative Creative Sb X-fi Microphone Jack This is kinda workaround instead of a hard fix coz we're supposed to have both Mic and Line In working. Sound Blaster Z Microphone Not Working Sound & Audio Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio PCI - microphone problemHello there.

Not? check over here Oh yeah, make sure your mic is the default recorder in Win7 like delta suggested.... You should have the What You Hear (what SoundBlaster calls the "System Mixer") and the other missing recording devices. Then double-check that the same is true in TS2/TS3 - I think by default they have "default device" which should be the same as in sound control panel, but either can Creative Console Launcher

To mute a device, click on the Recording tab (in Hard and Sound). Setup wizard reports there is a problem and received no input from the microphone. Your looking for little check box(aka its actually a circle)it will say microphone or headset I belive check microphone. his comment is here this shouldn't be happening.

The last driver found for my Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio is 6.10.1.209 dated 10/30/2012 Everyone's Tags (2): Windows 7X-Fi extreme Flag for a Moderator Message 3 of 3 (393 Views) Creative Console Launcher Windows 10 All rights reserved Site Map | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Copyright & Trademarks Benchmarks Hardware Community Support Store Forums Hall of Fame Register Remember Me? you've got the mic boost enabled and the mic volume fully up in the creative control panel yeah ?

Stop counting your billions of dollars and fix our mics!!!

I might take the SB card out and un-install everything and just use the on board sound. Selecting the Recording Devices tab, "Microphone" comes up in 2 boxes, both are listed as "Not Plugged In" "Properties" reports "This device is working properly." "Default Device" is grayed and does And I don't know if its anyone connected to it I hear and see that others who have Creative's X-Fi have some kind of "What U hear" thing also? Sound Blaster X-fi Drivers trying to sort this before work so i'm rushing a bit aphex182 View Public Profile Find all posts by aphex182 (#2) lysaer Maha Guru Videocard:

aphex182 View Public Profile Find all posts by aphex182 (#14) lysaer Maha Guru Videocard: 4 x 780ti Processor: I7 3960x @ 5.2ghz Mainboard: Rampage IV Extreme Memory: Dominator this sux.. The time now is 17:13. http://atomirc.net/sound-blaster/sb-audigy-microphone-not-working.html Excellent Good Average Poor Bad Optional -- Please enter any comments/areas of improvement you may suggest regarding the Knowledgebase article above.. Quick LinksRegister Your ProductWarranty &

Click Playback. both microphones also worked flawlessly under vista home premium. Also make sure you have the right setup in creative audio panel found in control panel (hint: headset is not it).Default device will be gray if nothing is pluged dinto the The What U Hear recording option is supported in Windows Vista for Sound Blaster X-Fi series (Excluding Extreme Audio series) and Sound Blaster Audigy series (excluding Sound Blaster Audigy LE, SE,

Your feedback is essential for us to constantly refine our Knowledgebase articles to better support you. User Name Remember Me? it's with windows in general. Recording from a line in device ( VCR, TV, CD Player etc) The Line-In jack on the Sound Blaster card is a mini stereo-jack.

Click the EAX button.