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Old 4th July 2011, 06:16 AM
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Mic and Internal Mic volumes are automatically set to zero

Hi there. I have a problem with the input volume control in Fedora 15, that the Mic volume occasionally becomes smaller and smaller AUTOMATICALLy

It already took me some effort to get input device working (see Link) that I finally find alsamixer to set volume of "Mic" "Docking Mic" "Internal Mic" separately and correctly

But a new problem I recently encountered is that each time I open Skype, I have to re-set the input volume of "Internal Mic", also "Mic". Moreover, the "Mic" volume seems to be "dynamically" adjusting itself, and sometimes it is diminished to zero.

I'm wondering if there is any option to lock the volumes of different devices? I went to the system preference but could not find a relevant option...

I'd appreciate any help or suggestion~
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