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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The first thing you should do is to uninstall the EDIROL UA-101 USB2 Driver Ver.1.0.3 for Windows XP and reinstall the system. If the problem persist try to use other usb cable, if the problem still the same please let me know inorder to make another procedure to follow to identify the problem.
Hope this will be helpful.
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
Right click on your sound card.
Scan for hardware change.
Let windows find driver.
If it cant, put in cd and re-install.
Please let me know how this works for you.
Posted on Dec 12, 2007
Sounds like you tried everything possible. Based on what you have stated that you tried already I would agree with your diagnosis of a bad sound card.
If this was my Laptop I would be looking for a nice set of USB speakers and Microphone or a headset.
You can either keep the speakers turned down or you may be able to disable the onboard sound through a BIOS setting.
Or even better. Here is a USB sound card with speaker and microphone jacks. Pretty Cheap too.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
SOURCE: QSC 2450 Power amplifier
i have a pyle pro 1000 watt max 2 channel mono and 2 channel stereo and when i get that thing loud the little red light cums on basically what i mean is that the amp on channel one is cooked i myself i wouldn't even use it y cause more damage
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
SOURCE: Sound is not recorded
Make sure that the your audio wiring is correct. The L&R audio cables from your VCR, etc should be connected to the red and white RCA jacks on the capture card cable. The small 3.5 mm phone jack from the capture card cable must then be plugged into your PC's line-in jack - usually blue. Then in the PVR application, select line-in as your source. This is necessary because the capture card only processes video. The audio signal is passed through to your PC.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
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