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No rec mixer output thru Band In A Box.....can't monitor sound

When using audio input with mic or guitar in BIAB program, I can't monitor sound. The BIAB VU meter shows signal input, but no output. This gives me a Windows error message that says it's looking for mixer volume control, (and of course can't find one). I am able to record and play back, but cannot hear my playing while recording. When I access the M-Audio control panel there is no volume function (mixer) available for this input. The Windows volume kernel only has playback mixer vol for M-Audio piece incl wave, CD. There is no rec mixer volume avail (shown).

While visiting my local music store for help I noticed the store's computer showed an M-Audio control panel that did have a volume control. Since I am using the Audiophile USB, the Windows Control Panel has no Volume Control available, nor does the Audiophile for rec.

I have just downloaded the latest driver for both programs, just to be sure. The tech at M-Audio and the tech at PG Music (BIAB) both seem confused and can't answer this problem.

Dell Dimension 9150, Pentium(R) D 2.80GHz 1.00 G Ram
Windows XP, SP3
M-Audio Audiophile USB
BIAB 2008

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no idea.any assistance?

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