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No audio devices are installed under recording tab

Running Windows 7 OS

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  • Sam Kim Jan 02, 2013

    Thanks Joshua...I already downloaded the drivers for my computer and that did not resolve the issue. I have read numerous responses re: this issue but I have not found an answer yet. I will continue to research. Thanks again

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Insp 630M is designed to work with winxp, win7 will automatically take all the drivers if its not taking try installing manually the audio drivers.

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SOURCE: There is no stereo mix on the recording tab on the audio devices

most audio cards in dell inspiron are mono not stereo unless you have a super duper upgrade do you??

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