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#1 jnk1296

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Posted 16 December 2010 - 02:31 PM

So i just got this new computer, that i've been looking forward to for several months, yesterday. I've been spending all my time getting everything setup, and i was finally done. So i got bored and decided to record a song with audacity 1.3 (Unicode). So i opened audacity like normal, but when i clicked on the record button, i got this message: Error while opening sound device. Please check the input device settings and the project sample rate. No big deal, i've gotten the error message before, so i went into properties, and went to choose the recording device (My sound card). Here's the kicker, in the recording device drop down menu, all it says is "No Device found". So i googled it. I found an article about how sometimes certain recording devices are disabled, and how to enable them. So i followed it. This is all i see: Click here to see photo. So then, seeing as i got most of the boxes for the custom PC, i reinstalled the Audio Driver from the MB driver install disc, i still didn't get anything. So now i'm stuck. Please help me as i use this application a lot!




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Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
VIA High Definition Audio (Integrated Audio)
ASRock H55M-LE MB

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#2 jnk1296

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Posted 17 December 2010 - 07:05 AM

Never mind. I've been reading about this. It turns out the MoBo manufacturers disable Stereo Mix recording purposefully in order to prevent copyright infringement. So the people who use stereo mix for legitimate purposes get kicked out of the deal. Looks like i'll be buying an actual sound card here in the near future. Oh well. Thanks Anyway! :-))




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