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Unread 5 Sep 2007, 13:04   #1
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Vista Sound Issues

Isit just my imagination or does Vista check to see which port your speakers are connected to?

I have like 6 ports in the back of my PC and I've no idea what they are for but the sound didn't work so I had to plug it into the headphones socket on the front, although this didn't work instantly.

Anyway, I record music on my PC and the program (Cubase SX3) encounters an error unless there is a something plugged into the input socket on the front of the PC.

When I record, it only records for one speaker so playback has sdound coming out of only one speaker.

Any ideas?
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