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Posted on 2002-06-13
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My mic is in the mic slot. What I’m trying to do is use
my computer for local phone calls.

I have just installed a Creative Modem Blaster
DI5630-5 Serial Wave Device.
Device ID     PCI\CXT1056\WDMMDM0
Device Type     Internal Modem
Every time I call someone hear it dial up but they can’t
hear me and I can’t hear them.
What to do?

My system:
System Type     X86-based PC
Processor     AMD-K6(tm) 3D processor AuthenticAMD
~300 Mhz
BIOS Version     Award Modular BIOS v4.60PGA
Audio: Creative Labs Sound Blaster PCI128
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sorgie earned 150 total points
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did you check your volume controls and make sure your mic isn't muted?
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by:rayt333
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Is the Mic compatable with the mic input for the modem?
Check in your modems properties and see if there is a control for the mic volume there.

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by:RVINES2
ID: 7078102
To:  sorgie
Checked out ok.

To: rayt333
Checked out ok.
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by:sorgie
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try reinstalling the modem software. I assume it came with software that supports the telephone feature??
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by:rayt333
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" Is the Mic compatable with the mic input for the modem? "
Checked out OK???
 
You mean you tried a different mic and it worked?? How did you check out your old mic if it doesn't work??
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