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No effects I've connected my guitar to microphone or to line-in. Windows(XP Media Center Edition, Service Pack 2) plays the sound without any software. When I start Guitar Rig 2 there is no effect at all. A tried to make delay to understand what is goin' on. I found that Guitar Rog 2 is working, but windows signal ia MUCH louder then guitar Rig does. So how can I turn off windows signal? Help me please please please.

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Double click on your speaker icon in the task bar next to the time (Or go to audio in control panel and find advanced settings)

Look for microphone and line in and mute them ...

Then click options, Goto advanced and choose recording and click ok ... Look for the input your using and turn that up as much as you need.

Then check guitar rig ... All should be fine now

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