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Please take a moment to rate our case. Usually the reason is that the device is wrong in Teamspeak or in sound control panel (or it is muted somewhere). aphex182 View Public Profile Find all posts by aphex182 (#17) Pill Monster Banned Videocard: 7950 Vapor-X 1100/1500 Processor: AMD FX-8320 @4.7 Mainboard: ASUS Sabertooth 990FX R2 Memory: 8GB HyperX looks like you got the onboard mic audio enabled and something else. 3rd pic shows microphone x-fi extreme audio with no check by it Last edited by lysaer; 05-13-2010 at 12:32. have a peek here

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 Friday, December 18, 2009 8:02 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote No, you don't have to get new drivers. Last edited by Pill Monster; 05-15-2010 at 17:42. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.

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Thanks in advance. 05-01-2010, 04:34 PM #30 bennnery Registered Member Join Date: Apr 2007 Posts: 1 OS: xp Hey my man YOu need to run the Creative Console This is kinda workaround instead of a hard fix coz we're supposed to have both Mic and Line In working. Windows 7 64-bit on a Core i7 system with 12 gigs of ram. This works fine on my Vista Ultimate 64-bit with no problems.

I have "Microphone FP" ; "Line-in" and "Digital Audio (S/PDIF)" and I have both show disabled devices and show not allowed devices on. In the Surround Mixer, ensure the source you are recording from is not muted. Tuesday, January 20, 2009 8:53 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Similar issue here.  Have tried W7, 64 and 32.  Sound worked perfectly on my Asus P5n-e mainboard.  Creative Audio Control Panel Windows 10 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,

Hate mail everywhere.... Read more about about archiving Tom_Bl Novel Adventurer ‎11-09-2015 18:32 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Link to this reply Print Email to a Friend Flag for To stop recording, click the Stop button in the recording program. * If you are recording from a single source and want EAX effects to be applied in the recording, you http://www.tomsguide.com/forum/53965-6-creative-titanium-microphone-problem Now the default device is the only available device, for listening and for recording.Kleajmp Proposed as answer by Kleajmp Monday, August 08, 2011 4:46 PM Monday, August 08, 2011 4:46 PM

Recording from multiple sources using "What U Hear" Select Start - Programs - Creative - Sound Blaster Audigy - Surround Mixer. Creative Sb X-fi Windows 10 Driver Im looking at Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio 70SB104000001 Creative Labs Online Store (UK) | Sound Blaster | Buy Creative PCI Express X-Fi Xtreme Audio I am running windows seven home All this is to support scenarios where a system has multiple sound cards and/or active USB headsets/mics that are effectively a soundcard as far as OS is concerned. or use said billions to hotlink sources on the net by which other people who are not paid to fix these issues have.

Sound Blaster Microphone Not Working

I'll give you the link if you need it... my response The sound card integrated Sound Blaster X-Fi doesnt receive signal from Line-in jack. Creative Sb X-fi Microphone Jack Soumd card PCI Express Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio, Speakers working not issue, Microphone not working can some one help me please . Sound Blaster Z Microphone Not Working The "What U Hear" feature for Sound Blaster Audigy SE/LS/Live!24 bit cards had changed since the latest driver update.

Can they work on Windows 7? http://philgiebler.com/sound-blaster/sound-blaster-x-fi-microphone-not-working.html AFAIK it's been fixed in the latest release. or go to All Programs- Creative. To stop recording, click the Stop button in the recording program. Creative Console Launcher

then als nting is displayed in tht window... I guess I can always take the SB card out and just re-enable the built in audio on the MotherBoard. Mic works fine on other PC and I've updated to latest driver, restored defaults, set to mic in, tried on Windows recorder, but nothing! Check This Out Oh yeah - Pink for Mic, I think Blue for Line-in.

Hopefully that does the trick for you.... Creative Console Launcher Windows 10 To make it appear in the list, right click anywhere in the Recording menu, and select "Show Disabled Device", right click on "What U Hear" option and select Enable. BTW I did not mean to propose that answer.

The only way to get the "What U Hear" back is to reinstall the previous drivers, or roll back drivers.

After that check the levels on the recording devices and it should be ready to go.Hope this helps. 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 this sux.. Sound Blaster X-fi Drivers D'OH!

And i have to say i'm really liking it. If the one-column record panel (with a red dot at the bottom) is not displaying "What U Hear" , switch to the "What U Hear" control. I might uninstall the Xtreme drivers and just try with the default sound from my mobo, either that or my mic could be faulty. http://philgiebler.com/sound-blaster/sound-blaster-microphone-not-working.html By reading above, it seems like I'm not alone in this.

just seems odd that it seems to of changed itself all of a sudden Flexi Jack auto detection being flaky and sometimes deciding a mic is line-in is not too uncommon.

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