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Problem With Your Sound Hardware Error

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#1 gundpunky


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Posted 17 October 2005 - 12:01 AM

I have a Fujitsu E7010 laptop running on Windows 2000 Pro. My sound hardware is Intel® AC'97 Audio Controller - SigmaTel Audio.

I am trying to use the sound recording feature. The sound output and my microphone works but when I try to adjust the volume (under Adjust Audio Properties -> Audio -> Sound Recording), it gives me an error stating:

There is a problem with your sound hardware. You may install mixer devices from Add/Remove Hardware Wizard in the Control Panel.

I am trying to use a simple Sound Editor program to edit songs to download onto my cell phone as a ringtone.

Thank you.

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