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Line in I am using Windowsxp and I have a problem getting audacity to work with line in. I cannot access line in from the program. However the audio works normaly. Help please. fredje1

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Re: Line in

Open control panel > Speech and audio devices > Audio > Sound recording > Advanced Change the device to "Line" just make a tick mark This should solve your problem

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