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Only one guitar in and one mic in, there should be 6

In the mix window when I open I/O in only show one guitar in and one mic in, isn't it supposed to show 2 digital in AND 2 line in AND 2 mic in? how can i fix the problem. I do see them beneith guitar in and mic in but they are grayed and when I click them it says the output could not be made active because the output path is currently not available

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They will only work when something is plugged into them.

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