Recording Problems.

kemical

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#21
Hi goochington,
what recording device are you actually using?
 


#22
My network card is a Mobile Broadband device which is powered via USB so i wouldnt think that would be a problem. (I could be wrong of course)

And ill post a screenshot of my msinfo32 - Display Window - Now :)
 


#23


And if this keeps on i might even just buy a sound card.

My current sound card is integrated with the motherboard.
 


kemical

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#24
You didn't mention the recording device?

while i'm here though... Looking at your device manager, it looks like your missing a driver for the network...

I'm not sure why your posting the above, is there a problem with your graphics too?
 


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Reghakr asked me to post something about Video,

Unless im going insane :p

My network device probably isnt enabled, updated or even installed.

I use a USB Connection.
 


reghakr

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#26
Right-click on the speaker icon in the notification area and choose Recording devices.

See if any are disabled.
 


kemical

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#27
I give up...
 


#28


And i have the "Show Disabled Devices" option ticked.

And just to make myself a little bit clearer here, an optical jack?

I dont have one of those, i have the standard green, pink, and the rest.

Thanks very much for your time and help so far guys, i appreciate it.
 


kemical

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#30
No worries Gooch...
Ok, when you first posted your problem you said that 7 wasn't picking up any recording devices... Are you actually using any recording devices like a mic' for instance?
 


#31
No worries Gooch...
Ok, when you first posted your problem you said that 7 wasn't picking up any recording devices... Are you actually using any recording devices like a mic' for instance?
Yeah, its a Creative Fatality Headset,

The microphone plugs in and out of the headset.

But it works fine on my pc at my girlfriends house.
 


kemical

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#32
If I remember correctly your using a Realtek onboard sound device? Well, if you check my screenshot, you'll see that ,although I'm using a different sound solution, there are settings to enable or disable mic settings.
Does the Realtek have a similar panel?
 


kemical

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#33
Hi Ben,
it struck me that you may also be missing the latest drivers for your sound device which would make a difference...
Download the latest high definition codecs here: Realtek

(the latest version was released two days ago)
 


#34
Thanks mate ill give that a shot now
 


kemical

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#35
Fingers crossed... :)
 


#36
Sorry Kemical still nothing mate.

Im going to buy a new sound card this weekend as my patience has gone.


Thanks very much for your effort mate i really appreciate it..

Rest easy mate x
 


kemical

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#37
Oh well, I guess sometimes things are just not meant to be... It could be the age maybe? (of the hardware)

Good luck with the new card..

What are you getting anyway?
 


#38
Not really sure tbh with you mate

Might get a Creative, ill have a look on Ebuyer this weekend, or tomorrow. :)
 


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