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How to Fix It When a Lenovo’s Mic Is Not Working (2023)

How to Fix It When a Lenovo's Mic Is Not Working (2023)

How to Fix It When a Lenovo’s Mic Is Not Working (2023)

How to Fix It When a Lenovo’s Mic Is Not Working (2023)

 

Do you want to fix your Lenovo mic? then this article is for you

There might be a straightforward fix if the microphone on your Lenovo isn’t working. Here’s what to do if the microphone on your Lenovo laptop isn’t working properly or won’t record any sound at all.

 

ALSO, READ: How to Fix the Microphone on AirPods (2022)

 

HOW TO FIX LENOVO MIC ISSUES

Try these fixes in order, checking after each step to see if your computer’s mic is functioning properly:

  • Unmute your mic. When using your microphone with an app like Zoom, look for a mute button to make sure that you aren’t muted.

  • Check individual app settings. Look for a sound settings menu to select the audio input and make sure your mic is enabled.

  • Check your app permissions. Go to the app permissions settings and see if the app has permission to access your mic.

  • Restart your Windows computer. Rebooting your PC can clear out potential temporary bugs that affect how your PC works.

  • Change your Windows sound settings. Check under Input in the Windows 10 sound settings to make sure that your mic is turned on. If you’ve connected other headsets or microphones to your PC in the past, make sure the internal microphone is set as the default.

  • Run the Windows sound troubleshooter. Go to the Windows sound settings, then select Troubleshoot. If Windows doesn’t fix the problem automatically, it might make suggestions for further action.

  • Increase the mic volume. In the sound settings, select Device properties > Additional device properties, then select the Levels tab and move the Microphone slider to 50% or higher.

  • Update your Windows drivers. Go to the Device Manager, find your microphone, and check to make sure you have the latest drivers it needs to function.

  • Connect an external microphone. While not really a fix, you can try connecting a Bluetooth or USB microphone; however, this workaround will only work if the problem lies with the internal hardware.

  • Do a Windows System Restore. As a final resort, you can try restoring the system to factory settings. A restore will wipe your hard drive, so back up anything you want to keep.

  • Get your Lenovo keyboard repaired or replaced. If you believe the internal hardware is damaged and your device is still under warranty, check to see if you qualify for a free repair or replacement.

  • Check for hardware damage and fix it yourself. If your PC is no longer under warranty, and you feel confident enough to open up your computer, check to see if the internal microphone wiring is connected to the motherboard. Plug them back in or replace the wires if necessary.

 

ALSO, READ: How to Fix the Microphone on AirPods (2022)

 


 

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