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GOOD VIDEO BUT NO SOUND

I INSTALLED A KWORLD DVD MAKER PCI CARD IN MY COMPUTER. I USE THE THREE COMPOSITE CONNECTIONS YELLOW, RED AND WHITE TO CONNECT MY HI8 VIDEO CAMERA TO THE DVD CARD.
THE COMPUTER CAPTURES THE VIDEO WITHOUT SOUND.
PLEASE HELP!!!

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I too had this problem and it was because the 'line in' volume was set to zero. I had connected the mini-jack on the DVD Maker to a blue input socket at the back of my computer. I found this setting by right-clicking 'Volume' icon in the system tray, and selected 'Open Volume Control' .When I opened the volume control panel, I saw all input and output sockets and was able to adjust 'Rear Blue In' and it now works fine. I am running Window XP Home.

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Try to configure it to your control panel in the computer. it must be the problem hope that helps!

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