I dont know if this question was asked before . I have bought a new DELL Inspiron 1564 laptop . With windows 7 operating system . Now when i use skype or yahoo or other application to talk to my family and friends they complain that they can hardly haer my voice so i have went to Control Panel > Realtek HD audio Manager . There the external microphone was my default device so i clicked on it and i found that the volume was very low some where aound 4 . So i increaded it to maximum and continued the conversation and they were llike they can hear my voice perfectly then again after few sec they complained so i checked again and the voice was at 4 again . when ever i increase the volume and start taking the voice volume drop to either zero or minimum .
I have to keep on increasing the volume constantly to talk . Yesterday i had a converstion with my mom for 20 mins and i had to keep on increasing the volume 10 - 20 time every minute it is reallly annoying me . And i willl tell you one more thing its not head phone problem i have boought 3 headphone of different brand thinking the low voice was because of head phones
Please some one help me . Hopefully someone will come up with a solution to this and quickly . If not i will go to the shop from where i had purchased the laptop and ask him install XP on it
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