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Hi, I have bought a 'kworld dvd maker 2.0' to record vhs to my pc. I have it all set up and plugged in but it will not pick up sound! i have tried all the different audio inputs on my pc and nothing.. any ideas?

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  • chrisharry Jun 20, 2008

    i dont think it is dvd maker 2.0, just dvd maker - usb 2.0



    is it definatly a driver issue??

  • chrisharry Jun 20, 2008

    ok but i dont have dvd maker 2.0, thats a seperate brand new version..





    all the volume controlls have been checked, rechecked and checked again. have also tried in different lineins..

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Click HERE to get the latest driver for DVD Maker 2.0

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    Georgia B Jun 20, 2008

    The new driver release date is 6-13-2008. Usually when they put out a new driver it's to resolve issues that have been reported by users.

    The video comes in over USB. The audio is split off to a separate cable which you place into your line in.

    Also check you Windows volume control settings.




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