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Steps to follow: Step 1: Open Control Panel. Click on Hardware and Sound. Then click on Sound (or simply click on start and search for sound). A dialog box will appear having title Sound. Let's begin Step 2: Click on Recording tab. Select the Microphone which appear. Now click on Properties located at the bottom right corner. Step 3: In the General tab. ...


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That sounds like a ground loop to me. Here is a good description of it. I would try a different charger and see if the issue remains, but I would NOT try ungrounding your devices.


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it only happens when i Plug in The Charger For My Laptop this is the problem, interference from the laptop power supply or power section of the motherboard. Move the laptop charger farther away from the laptop using an extension cord, see if this stops the noise. Try a different headset Try a new power supply for your laptop If none of this helps then ...


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You should be able to do the following. To get started, first right-click on the “speaker” icon in the task-bar next to the clock In the pop up dialogue box, click “Recording Devices” Click on the recording tab. Click on the microphone that has the green check box by it. Click properties in the lower right. Click on levels. Adjust your Microphone to ...


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If you can use the microphone in other applications, then you don't have a problem with the sound driver, and it might be just settings issue. So, you need to check the followings: First check Windows 8 privacy settings Go to PC Settings Then, choose Privacy Now, click on Microphone Make sure that Let apps use my microphone is On, and then make sure ...


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It seems to me your PC is not compatible with the newest Skype, try these older versions: 6.14.0.104: https://web.archive.org/web/20140413131237/http://download.skype.com/msi/SkypeSetup_6.14.0.104.msi 6.18.0.106: https://web.archive.org/web/20141119080039/http://download.skype.com/msi/SkypeSetup_6.18.0.106.msi 6.21.0.104: ...


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To do this, you can obtain a grounding cord for the laptop and connect it to a metal interface on the laptop, such as the USB port. Below is a grounding cable from Less EMF. Although you could make your own grounding cable, this is a hard-to-beat price. This is a special cable under $10 where only the grounding wire will be used-- the hot and neutral wires ...


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Simply unplug your laptop and let it run on battery and do the recording. This works on my laptop but only for a short time since the battery is old. Maybe a better solution but this should be good for laptops with batteries that last long. I still do not know how to fix the problem without unplugging the power. I have another laptop with an integrated ...


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No it's not possible. You only can use the microphone from the jack connector


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It sounds like the Skype Windows app is what was working better for you. Unless there is a reason you did not like it you can get it from the Microsoft app store. If that does not work you could try to uninstall the microphone from the Device Manager. Reboot and let the device reinstall and see if that corrects the issue. Warning: you may need to ...



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