While the analog phone works all right, the loudspeakers of the machine don't work; applications like Musicmatch stay mute.
It seems the internal sound card is deactivated. Is there a workaround???
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If you have a driver disk, install the audio drivers to correct the communications linkage. If not....go to the manufacturer for new driver updates. Also, try going to the Control Panel and select Devices. When they open, go the Sound area near the bottom of the list. Right click on the application line and request Update Drivers and that may fix the issue also.
Hi, I would like to help you out. You are absolutely right about this compatibility issues. But don worry there is always a solution.
You can make these applications believe that it is running in windows XP. Just follow these simple steps:
* click on start > control panel > programs and features > select "run programs made for previous versions of windows" * just keep clicking "next" till the you can see the list of applications to choose. *then select the "try recommended settings". and go on till you finish it.
I'm sure you will do it right! :) This will surely fix the issue for you.
Please let me know if you need more help. Good luck And also vote if you think this solution will help others. Thank you:)
To prevent MUSICMATCH Jukebox from requesting a connection to the Internet, do the following:
- Open MUSICMATCH Jukebox. - Click the "View" menu. - Click "My Library". - Click the "Options" menu. - Click "Settings". - Deselect the options under "Permission to communicate with MUSICMATCH server". - Click the "CD Lookup/Connectivity" tab. - Disable the CD lookup service.
So maybe the disbable the cd lookup service is on. Just a thought. ----------------
Has any MMJB subscriber found another music program that permits line-in recordings, similar to MMJ
you can get the sound driver from the motherboard's manufacturer site if WinXP does not have it readily. The device manager will show if the devices are installed properly or it will show some yellow exclamation marks.