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Dual boot Windows XP & Vista Home Prem. x64

I have XP on C:\ drive with backup files on D:\ I want to add a 3rd sata drive and load vista 64 bit on it. Do the drives with OS installed have to be in drive order? (C, D. E) Drive E:\ has my DVD/CD writer. If I disconect the two sata drives and install Vista 64 bit and then reconect the drives will XP re-letter the drives without fault?

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It should work just fine, it is actually the best way to dual boot, that way you are not affecting the other OS(s) There is an article about that here : http://www.cas411.com/ShowArticle.aspx?ID=64

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Hi, I am using this with Roxio Creator 2011 and I get crahses every time now. When I record with the internal Mic I get no problems. Any idea what might cause it? I have XP and 1GB ram. Best, Nick


1. Please be sure that you have met the system requirements Creator 2011

2. Defragment your hard drive. This will allow larger files that you have created to be more easily read by the program and allow more efficient writing of data for video and audio capture to your hard drive. To do this:

* Go to Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> Disk Defragmenter.
* In the Disk Defragmenter window, select the drive (a.k.a. volume) you wish to defragment.
* Note the Free Space column. If you have less than 10% free space available you may run into issues defragmenting. Additionally, the drive is too full to capture any new media to it. Doing so may result in the hard drive crashing and data loss. Unless more free space can be safely made, it is recommended that you purchase an additional hard drive just for your multi-media projects.
* Click the Defragment button.

NOTE: If frequently using your computer for recording and editing audio and video, defragmenting your hard drive on regular basis (about once a month) is recommended.

3. Contact your video card manufacturer for the latest video card drivers. If you purchased your computer as a complete system (like Dell or HP), then go to the manufacturer's website for the latest drivers.

If you purchased your video card separately, then you will need to find out your make and model and go to the video card manufacturer's website to download.
* Windows XP: Go to My Computer and choose Properties.
* Windows 7 and Vista: Go to Start -> Control Panel -> System and Maintenance -> Device Manager.
* Click on the Hardware tab.
* Select Device Manager
* Double-click Display Adapters. You're video card make and model is displayed.
* To find out the driver details (such as version), right click on the make and model under Display adapter, and select Properties.


4. If running Easy Media Creator for the first time, or it's been a while since you used it, RoxWatch will require a few minutes to index your hard drive for new audio, video, or photo files. This allows Media Manager to create a convenient list of all the files you can create projects with in a single window. Once the indexing is completed, Easy Media Creator will launch faster only looking for newer files. However, if you wish to disable this function, do the following:

* Windows XP: Go to Start -> Run -> and then type "msconfig" and click OK.
Windows 7 and Vista: Click on Start -> type "msconfig" in the Search field and press Enter on your keyboard.)
* In the System Configuration Utility window, select the Startup tab.
* Locate RoxWatchTray10 (or whichever version you are using) under the Startup Item column and uncheck it.
* Click Apply and then OK.
* Reboot your machine.
* On reboot, you will receive a dialog from the System Configuration Utility. Check the box at the bottom of the window requesting not to see the dialog again and click OK.
*Creator.

Feb 26, 2011 | Samson C01U Consumer Microphone

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Hi, I'm using a logitech usb desktop microphone and it is not picking up any sound. What are some likely solutions to my problem? I'm running windows Vista 64-bit.


Did you check whether the plug is in the right port and it is not set to mute in the volume panel anywhere, and also the driver is installed and working properly, no exclaimation mark in USB devices?

Aug 18, 2010 | Logitech (980240-0403) Microphone

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I have a compaq presario c797vu laptop.i had a some problem .so i reinstall my xp.after instalation i can hear the sound in both headset and speaker when i insert my head set .please solve this problem....


pls install original sound driver. go to this link http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?product=3739778&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&lang=en&cc=us&submit=Go%20»

Jun 07, 2009 | Compaq PC Microphone (Black or Beige)...

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My Windows Vista Home Edition has the same problem.. I reformated my computer and Bam.. my mic was as soft as a ball of wool.. I Cannot fix it my mic volume is set to 100 and no one can hear me on...


Vista always has sound card problem.
I had too because with my headset (microphone) It works through your sound card
but it works well now after I installed it as below
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en&cc=US&swItem=ob-78911-1
ADI SoundMAX Integrated HD Audio Driver for Windows Vista
I am using Vista 32-bit, Logitech Clear Chat Style
Hope can help

Apr 18, 2009 | Toshiba (P000257700) Microphone

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Can't Get My Music Off My Tascam. I have a DP-01 portastudio and it has a usb connection but it's not being recognized by my computer. At first it just wasn't compatible with Vista now I have windows xp...


How to export your recorded tracks to WAV:
- Activate the Menu
- Scroll down to WAVE
- Press the right cursor key
- Go to Export Track
- Select the tracks using the Insert and cursor up and/or down keys
- Press Yes/Enter
- When the DP-01 is done repeat pressing Exit until the menu is closed.

Tascam USB mode:
- Press Menu
- Go to Disk
- Scroll down to USB OPN/CLS
- Press Yes/Enter
- Press Enter again to execute
- Press Yes/Enter again for the "Are you sure?" message

Now you will be in USB mode and you will be able to access the DP-01's hard drive and download the exported WAVE file(s).

Remember: the DP-01 will stay in USB mode until you remove the deviceusing the Safely Remove Hardware option in Vista and then press Exit onthe Tascam!

Oct 18, 2008 | Tascam DP01 All-In-One Recording Package...

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Cyber acoustic mc 1060


For Vista 32 bit. Go to the driver manager. De-instal/delete the driver in the Sound, Video and Game section. In my case it was RealTek High Def Audio ver 6.0.1.5371. (Select Delete the driver files.) Reboot. Vista will reinstall a driver. In my case it was Microsoft High Def audio ver 6.0.6000.16386. I had the mic plugged in when I rebooted to load the new driver. The Cyber Acoustics ML-1060 now works fine. Hope this helps.

Jan 25, 2008 | Cyber Acoustics CV-1064 Microphone

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Samson G-track - Vista requiring to install USB Audio Codec


If the LED doesn't light when you plug it in, and it doesn't show up in Device Manager ("USB Composite Device" or "USB Audio Device"), then the mic must be defective. Contact Samson for a replacement.

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