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LINE IN problem

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Posted 11 September 2010 - 02:57 PM

I'm getting very angry over a problem I have with my audio on my laptop.

It started when I installed an EasyCap device to transfer VHS to DVD on my computer.

I am receiving no audio through my laptops LINE IN port. However, when I go into my Recording Devices in my volume settings, I can see the green volume on the MICROPHONE device bar bouncing up and down in sync with the audio going through the port. The is no LINE IN option anywhere.

From what I have seen in other forums, it could be a missing registry key which may have been accidently deleted with a registry optimizer. Namely a key called "LineInputMonitoring"

However I do not know how to re insert this back into the registry.

I have also tried uninstalling and reinstalling all the audio drivers and the Realtek Audio Manager.

Can anyone help before I pull all my hair out?

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