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Click on the sound icon on your top bar, it's in the top right corner near the clock and it will open a slider. The idea is that you right-click on it and select "Open Volume Control", then you select the second tab ("Recording"), which has a series of sliders that control sound input.
And what's with the signature?
Never mind, that was meant to be a joke but apparently it's very confusing to newer members so I may have to come up with something different. If you look around on these forums, you'll find that some members use a "signature", which is some text that appears in all their posts. Some use it to list useful links, others to store their motto or some quotes. So I thought, let's pretend that mine was stolen, that sounded original or at least different from what most people use in their signature. Do you see what I mean?