Raymond superquad-vortex2 wrote on No upgrade log present probably fresh install UserGroups: Now there is no unamplified mark and the slider works all over the length. Message 1 of Not that I hear my own voice.
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If nothing else works, you could liaise with them to resolve your problems. Do you have a suggestion on how that should be tested?
After putting down that initial click noise I discovered a new one and that’s mlcrophone the solution avoids two sorts of click noise. I’ve tried to add a new condition and the initial click noise vanished: If it’s not necessary to join the upstream discussion I’d like to stay over here if you don’t mind.
ThinkPad X61, WinXP x64 SP2 – Internal Microphone not work – Lenovo Community
I’ve tried the latest daily r61 of Precise and headphones works. If you like, you can join the discussion I’m having with upstream cc: What do you think about it? The second one is quite soft and that’s why I didn’t noticed it before. Is this solving click 2 for you? Register Sign In Help. View all comments or add a comment.
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Lenovo Thinkpad T61 ” widescreen’s internal microphone
Not that I hear my own voice. I don’t have precise version so someone else would try it. Even though you would not be able to hear your own voice through speaker, you should not have problem while communicating with friends in Skype or play what you say after the recording. Or that Internal Mic does not show up mircophone all? If not, try increase the microphone volume and try again.
Press the star on the left to thank them with a Kudo! If the green volume bar raise up, your microphone should be working correctly.
Lenovo Thinkpad T61 14.1″ widescreen’s internal microphone
Message 3 of You could still try it out if you have time and have not liaise with any representatives. Yes, I’ve tested it and r61l resolving my issue.
Desktop looks similar to a folder. The point is to confirm that the patch really works. Who is online Users browsing this forum: I’m thinking that we should not set a higher latency than absolutely necessary.
The first one the initial click noise was caused by the eapd workaround – not powering down the speaker 0x10 widget within the transition to D3.
Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. Raymond, I think your observation in comment 88 is correct, would you mind writing a patch for that, or do you want me to do it?