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Be sure the microphone is plugged into the "MIC" port. What version of Captivate are you using? The "RealTek fix" works for Captivate 2 but I don't believe it will do you any good in Captivate 1.
After installing the fix, be sure to shut down and restart your system, then reopen Captivate 2. Best of luck!
Thanks, Larry, for your suggestions. The microphone is plugged into the MIC port, and I'm using Captivate version 2. I think that there is an incompatibility with my microphone and Captivate on my desktop computer. I tried the same microphone with Captivate on my laptop and it worked fine.
I have the same problem with Realtek - where can I download the fix? I have done some searching, but unable to find
it. Also, a downside to the process is that my company is currently restricting access to the internet!
That does not help!!!
If you know where the download is I might be able to get to it, etc
Hi there! By all means! Go to the page at this link to download the hot-fix for the Realtek issue. Keep in mind that it is known to work with Captivate 2.0 but I'm unsure of its help on version 1.0.1 installations.
Have a good day, All.
Mr Bandit and the forum
Thanks for this communities forum.
I installed Captivate 1 in many of Notebooks with different sound cards and verify that Captivate don't runs with all Realtek, but runs with Yamaha and a most of types DELL Notebooks, for eg. DELL Latitude 120L.
Anybody know if Captivate 1 runs with sound cards present in Acer Notebook Aspire 5610, 5630 or 5633, with Intel sound Card?
Thank for tour atention!
Alessandro (Brazil) - April/30.
Forgive me for stating the obvious - in my case I have the RealTek embedded sound card, and the RealTek patch fixed my problem (Thanks to CatBandit, now how can we color buttons!!??). It seems to me that SoundMax <> RealTek, which might mean that the RealTek fix may not work with SoundMax.
My heart felt condolences :)