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Unread 5 Sep 2007, 13:19   #2
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Re: Vista Sound Issues

could be the soundcard doing the checking and passing the info to vista. The onboard soundcard in my dads computer checks the configuration of its output ports and reconfigures the mode for 2/4/5.1 speakers according to how they are plugged in
as for the recording problem - could just be that it is recording from the microphone port, and not line in - or its set to record in mono, or something daft like that
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