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If you have audio cables from your source connected to the capture card, then your Recording device needs to be the Line In of the capture card.
If you connect the source to the Line In on the computer, then you use that as the default recording device. Until I set this, the default audio recording device was my microphone (not connected at the time). In Windows, you need the Manage Audio Devices Recording tab. (In Windows 7 and 8, it's under Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Sound > Manage Audio Devices.)
If you are recording something playing on your computer, then the stereo mix option may work.
You should be able to use any video&audio software if the drivers are compatible. Thus the software you used for the video recording should work. (Stereo mix may be an exception - not all sound cards actually work when you try to record that content.)
Is it dv and not hdv? Have you selected the record format, using a native one is generally best. Take it you are using firewire directly, it could be the camera driver - codec, Can you borrow someone elses and try? Has it worked for you before (with and with-out that camera)?
Can you set up an external monitor (like a client monitor) and change the setting to view through external monitor it is worth checking if this works, (even if you can't) it is worth changing this setting and then change it back. I have had issues with lagging picture wile capturing in the past and swaping the input from SDI to Composite and back again has worked for me. If your graphics card seems to be still working with other software packages I doupt it is this but reinstalling avid could clear up issues (just back up what you've re-captured).
The problem would appear to be your audio settings.
You have the audio input set to Realtek HD Audio Input. That is the audio input on your soundcard, not the video capture card. You will need to change this so that you have the capture card selected. (I am not familiar with this exact model of card so I can't tell you exactly what it will be called.)
Alternatively, if you are trying to capture the audio via your soundcard (not recommended as it can cause sync problems) you will need to make sure that the 'line in' channel in enabled in the Windows mixer:
Start>Control Panel>Sounds & Audio Devices>Audio Tab>Click Volume in sound recording section>Tick Line In
This sounds like a fatal error out side of avid settings, you're going to need to do an avid reinstall to replace any currupted files. Just back up your media capture and .bin / avb files. Does xpress let you create an omfi file just import that rather than relinking?