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AudreyHarding18
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When I try to speak into my computer for zoom or anything else, no one can hear me. I have tried fixing my microphone and it says it needed to be set up - which I did. But when I talk into it, input is working but it sounds like im underwater and I cant hear anything I am saying, just a static sound. What should I do? 

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SS789
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I have the same issue, started with microphone, then microphone worked after restart but my external speakers stopped working. The sound became muffled and low

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stevecomputer
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What kind of microphone is it? Does it work on other software like skype? 

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LBussell
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No one can hear me when I speak into the computer (zoom)

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revecom
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Did you have a Windows 10 update recently? 

I did and it killed my Audio, removed my drivers.

Solution was to ROLL BACK the Windows update.

Now all is fine and merry again!

 

How to roll back a Windows update
  1. Open the Windows 10 Settings Menu by clicking the gear icon in the Windows Start menu.
  2. Click “Update & security”
  3. Click the “Recovery” tab on the sidebar.
  4. Under “Go back to the previous version of Windows 10,” click “Get started.”
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