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    jrhunt

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    I just purchased a snowball microphone can you tell me why it will not type want I say?
     
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    Norton

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    jr It would be to your advantage to post your problem in the hardware forum. This thread relates to Malwarebytes software. Maybe a moderator could move or delete it for you.
    Cheers!
     
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    Microphones do not type for once. They are only a converter of pressure waves (sound) into electrical signals.
    If you want the computer to type what you say, you will need a special program for that like the Dragon Software.
    Of course you can record your voice as an audio file using the VOICE RECORDER but that one does not type either.
     
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    You are right, Tim. I think I have used it once but it did screw everything up I said so I did not bother using it anymore (even after the training session).
     
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    Dragon is great software but I think Windows speech activation is certainly as good and its already there IMHO.
     
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