Hi. Just to be clear this is not a dell issue. I have owned a few dells in
my time and I have been very happy with them.
Anyway, is it that you are not able to see stereo mix in your sound control
dialog box? For example, you might have microphone, line-in, and that's all.
I'll start with the most obvious. Did you make sure all devices are visible.
When your in your recording tab of your sound control dialog if you hit the
aplications key on any of the items in the listview the context menu pops
up. You have to make sure but display all devices and show unusued items are
both checked. I might not have the wording right but the two options will
say something like that.
If you've already done this than disreguard. I have had dthis problem with
my computer and others as well. Not all of them were dell's either. Laptops
don't usually have a separate sound card aside from the one that is already
I have a few other suggestions but let's see if it works.
Also are all your sound drivers up-to-date? The dell updater is not
completely accessible but it does work.
Let me know if I can help further.
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http://listen.mushroomfm.com:8760/listen.pls ----- Original Message -----
From: "Kelly Pierce" <kellytalk@gmai...>
To: "PC Audio Discussion List" <pc-audio@pc-a...>
Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 3:47 PM
Subject: Re: Any JAWS Scripts For I-Sound Recorder?
> This is why I avoid Dell computers like the plague. Many don't accept
> standard PC parts and many are configured funny that cause problems
> not found with other brands of computers. The discount isn't worth
> the hassle to me.
> On 10/22/11, Kane Brolin <kbrolin65@gmai...> wrote:
>> Hello. Not long ago I wrote to the BlindReplay list and to this list
>> asking for solutions in respect to why I am not able to capture audio
>> output directly from my Dell Precision notebook's sound card in Replay
>> AV. Having received no answer from either list, I did some digging
>> and discovered that the problem's likely cause is that my Dell
>> notebook in reality has no sound card. Instead, it has integrated
>> sound, and therefore I cannot point my RECORDING SETTINGS in Windows 7
>> Control Panel to "Stereo Mixer," which seems to be required for me to
>> record direct stereo sound like this in Windows 7.
>> In reading solutions that have worked for some, I ran across a program
>> called I-Sound Recorder, which claims to enable this function in
>> Windows 7 and Vista without requiring a dedicated sound card. The
>> claim is that if I use I-Sound Recorder to capture files in WMA or MP3
>> format, I can bypass the normal Windows 7 requirement to have a
>> separate sound card and set my recording option to Stereo Mixer.
>> Problem is, when I run I-Sound Recorder, I find that its controls are
>> inaccessible--completely invisible, in fact, using JAWS.
>> Has anyone ever tried to script a solution to this? If not, I will
>> either have to commission someone to write a script, or I'll need to
>> purchase and install a true sound card if this is possible.
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