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Gatway 420GR when i go into control pannal then to sound and devices and go to the audio and voice setup and change the sound recording to realtalk audio rear and put the midia centre device on and then go to the voice and change change the front to back save all close the pannal then reopen all the settings go back to the beginng they wont stay on what i set them at and the speaker that supoostto be on the task bar close to the bottom clock does not come on all drivers are up tpo date ?

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Hi what are u tryoing to do 1st i was gona join u in achat but was beatin to it i can help

Posted on Jan 27, 2008

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    nick helpap Jan 27, 2008

    u wann record sumthign ? and reltch dont allow changes but what else u trying to do when u change the rear to sumthign else u can just add on more in auido panel by the start and u can tell itto make icon on desktoip start cheaking abox



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