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Windows 7 Audio mixer

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#1 Vaine


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Posted 17 October 2011 - 03:04 AM

Hey guys. Alright i just upgraded to this Msi P67A-GD65 Motherboard. I went to go stream live video from xfire to livestream and realized that it needs an audio mixer to broadcast the in game sound. So I Rightclicked on my audio icon and on the playback I right clicked and hit Show disabled and disconnected devices. Nothing else showed up. There is no Hardware sound card for this board, its on board and the driver only says Realtek HD Audio. I searched everywhere and ran out of solutions. I am using my Logitech G930 as my gaming headset, even with that turned off and unplugged there is no 'audio mixer' option. Ive tried reinstalling the realtek drivers for this board and it didnt fix it or add the feature. Is ther a way to get it up and running or a 3rd party software or driver to correct this? Here is the link the Msi for my board (http://www.msi.com/product/mb/P67A-GD65.html)

I am running Windows 7 Ultimate (updated)

PLease help

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