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ASUS G73J line in option does not work

When I plug in an audio line in the microphone socket the option to switch to "line in" does not pop up as it does on my other laptop. The recording has a strong background hiss.

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In the recording audio settings when the new line in device is plugged in select that as default, then it should revert back to old setting when it is not in use but select the default when you plug it in, however there should be an option in the audio settings to adjust the hissing you hear, see if you do not have some boost in the settings turned on, i know making the line in boost will create hiss

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