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Pavillion r-110 all in one
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I know where the internal mic is located but how do I use it? I have always had an external mic in the past. My HP r-110 all in one is brand new so still getting to know it . Do I have to set up the mic and if so how and where. Win 10 has a mic setup with voice training/ recgonition but it does not show internal mic as a choice so I am stuck! I would like to experiment making a voice recording but have no clue how to activate the mic. HELP and THANKS

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Select System > Product Home Page >

Product Information > category: Product Specifications

 

Example Specifications:

HP 20-r110d TouchSmart All-in-One Desktop PC Product Specifications

 

Microphone and Webcam are located on the front of the computer, along the top-front (above the screen).

 

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If your Taskbar contains the little speaker icon,

Right-Click on speaker icon >

Playback Devices > Recording >

Check / confirm that the "internal microphone" is selected as the default device

 

You can also find "Sound" control in:

Control Panel > icon view > Sound

 

 

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Dragon fur...thanks so much. I knew where the mic was but didn't know how to use it. Do I have to have the 'sound' turned on to use the mic? I don't leave the speakers on unless I need to listen to something.

 

Checked the settings as you instructed and mic is 'on' .

 

I don't have the touchscreen 110 but love this new all in one.

 

thanks again


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System is (perhaps) one of:

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Select System > Product Home Page >

Product Information > category: Product Specifications

 

Example Specifications:

HP 20-r110d TouchSmart All-in-One Desktop PC Product Specifications

 

Microphone and Webcam are located on the front of the computer, along the top-front (above the screen).

 

Green_Line_1.jpg

 

If your Taskbar contains the little speaker icon,

Right-Click on speaker icon >

Playback Devices > Recording >

Check / confirm that the "internal microphone" is selected as the default device

 

You can also find "Sound" control in:

Control Panel > icon view > Sound

 

 



 


 

 

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You are welcome!

 

Test your microphone -- at least to the extent that it is set up and working:

 

If your Taskbar contains the little speaker icon,

Right-Click on speaker icon >

Playback Devices > Recording >

 

  • While the Sound > Playback Devices > Recording menu is open,
  • Place the little menu / window somehwere on your Desktop where you can see it >
  • Clap your hands!

 

Watch for a response in the little "sound bar" located to the right of the selected device (Your "Internal Microphone")

 

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Test worked fine...thanks again so very much..good to go now

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