Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1: Windows
Heya..Im pretty new to vista and tbh im about to throw this laptop out the window.. for my uni course i have to record my guitar..i need to hear it at the same time,,In XP pro my set up worked..
In vista i cant hear any thing in play back..i have tried the hiden device's in the sound devices..none showed...seached the system reg..nothing..
i have checked all the volume controls in speaker/mic playback etc..
i have nothing else to fink of...
the driver for audio is : Conexant HD Audio.. version - 188.8.131.52 (04/03/2008)
so the drivers are the latest..
System Basic Details..
HP G6000XX Laptop.
Vista Home (no service pack installed)
AMD Athlon 64 X2 Mobile TK57
2 Gb Memory..
any help would be amazing..
i have searched everywhere..
or is the only answer to wipe all an install XP Pro..its that serious.
Microsoft moved the particular option that you need to enable since Windows XP, and have also changed its default to MUTE.
To hear what is playing through MIC IN...
Posted on May 15, 2008
These problems are NOT solved by unchecking a mute button, they do not have the option! only options for them are volume for mic and speakers. they are alot of people with the same problem, does anyone else have a positive solution rather than "unclicking mute"?
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
Same here, heard about regedit tweaks but havent found for this soundcard :(
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
That is what I don't have "Mic In Volume" under Playback/levels
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
I have also bought a G6000 HP with vista... on my previous laptop i could play music via soundcard by changin settings on steroe mixer... yet on this machine it doesnt seem to be there..
After following instructions on other sites i tried going to sound properties and right clicking and selecting to show diasabled devices... problem is once i choose this im still not getting any other options...
is there a download or anythin i can use to enable to stereo mixer??
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
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