|10 Mar 2009||#1|
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Realtek HD mic detection issue
I've a Macbook Pro with the Windows 7 build 7000 running on it. Everything works fine except the microphone detection of the Realtek HD adapter. the macbook pro only has 2 jacks. one for the headphones and the other should be the mic/line-in.
By plugging in the mic from my headset, the realtek audio manager just shows me an input device instead of the microphone.
The built-in mic from the macbook works fine, but I prefer using my headset for skype.
Is there any workaround to fix this issue? how can i "tell" the realtek audio manager, that the plugged device is a mic?
I already installed the lates realtek HD drivers (2.18) and tried to assign the mic/line-in manually over the registry (Realtek HD Changing Jack output reassignments ( FIX )), but nothing could solve this problem.
here are some screenshots which are describing the issue. yes it's a german installation :-)
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