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No gain Can't increase the gain. Checked the mikes, bought new cables, etc. My Toshiba Satellite meets all the requirements (504 meg of ram, 1.6 gHz processor). But even with the level wide open I get very little signal on both Mic 1 and 2. Mics used: Rode NT1-A and Shure SM58. I know about phantom power. I even re-read the manual (such as it is). No more ideas. Would appreciate any help.

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Happened to me too, I just fiddled with the phantom power button (wiggled it a little while it was pressed in) and my gain came back *shrug*

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From Microsoft:

If you want to run Windows 7 on your PC, here's what it takes:

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IF your Notebook meets all other specs you would need the the above device/driver. which may or may not be compatible with the Toshiba, which was pre loaded with Windows XP.
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Hola amigo primero que nada devemos saber que systema operativo usa tu computador Windows Xp Vista or Windows 7

Esta Web cam es configura automaticamente per piensa tambien en los requerimientos del su systema. aqui algunos tips.

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I have a compaq presario c700 running windows vista. On my previous laptop I was able to record successfully using Audacity. Now, however, recordings are very poor - the sound comes and goes, and is of...


Stuart, make sure have the System requirements Here are the recommended memory (MB or GB of RAM) and processor speed (GHz) requirements for using Audacity with different versions of Vista:

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processor speed Vista Home Basic 2 GB / 1 GHz 512 MB / 1 GHz All other Vista versions 4 GB / 2 GHz 1 GB / 1 GHz
Note that the minimum system requirements as defined above (i.e. those that allow the operating system to run, ignoring what is required to run applications) are much greater than for Windows XP. If your computer does not significantly exceed these minimum requirements then you may have problems doing more intensive tasks in Audacity such as recording for long periods or editing a large number of long tracks, or may need to close other programs and processes before you can do so. Please be aware that the cheapest "deals" for new Vista machines may well only include the Vista Home Basic Edition and system specifications little in excess of the Vista minimum requirements.
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If you meet the min system requirements. Uninstall your sound card drives and try the beta version for Windows Vista.

http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/

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