Are you saying that you were able to solve this problem on your Windows 7 system? It is my
understanding that this isn't strictly a driver issue, but I would love to be wrong.
On Thu, 27 Oct 2011 13:00:58 -0600, Brett Boyer wrote:
>Hi! There has to be a better solution than keep an old machine around. Even
>a cheap USB sound card might be better than that. Also updating drivers is
>very important. I had this same problem a while back with my windows 7
>esktop. I do not have a dedicated separate sound card just the one that is
>on the mother board.
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>http://listen.mushroomfm.com:8760/listen.pls >----- Original Message -----
>From: "Kane Brolin" <kbrolin65@gmai...>
>To: "PC Audio Discussion List" <pc-audio@pc-a...>
>Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2011 11:42 AM
>Subject: Re: Clarifying My Problem With Laptop's Not Recording Sound
>> On 10/27/11, Steve Jacobson <steve.jacobson@visi...> wrote:
>>> Are you now using Windows 7 and have your past successful experiences
>>> with Windows XP? ... There are things about Windows 7 that I
>>> don't completely understand. For example, I've accidentally had
>>> Eloquence come > out of my headphones while Windows sounds still came
>>> out of my speakers with the same sound card, but I have not been able to
>>> this intentionally.
>> Steve, you have it pegged correctly. Yes, my previous experiences
>> have involved Windows XP Professional, while all of the issues I am
>> trying to overcome here are with a Windows 7 notebook. Yes, I too
>> have had that funny separation occur involving JAWS coming out of a
>> different output channel from the one where multimedia content is
>> playing. I've not figured that one out, either.
>> I've not tried direct sound recording yet with a Windows 7 desktop
>> that has a separate, dedicated sound card. So far I've used only this
>> notebook with built-in, integrated sound. Regardless of the cause, a
>> third-party software solution is logical to try; but the one which
>> appears to work, according to testimonials I have read, seems to be
>> Ultimately, my solution might look like keeping an older XP PC or
>> netbook around just to make and process simple sound recordings, as
>> well as other functions that don't necessarily require a lot of
>> memory-intensive multitasking. My Windows 7 notebook is fast, and its
>> function above all is to perform tasks related to profitable work.
>> For this, I am satisfied it will do just fine.
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