No error in device manager. Firstly the line input properties are found under: My Amilo came with vista but also running slow, installed XP SP2 and now all fine excluding this sound driver wich is now solved. I would have expected the insertion of a jack socket to switch off the internal microphone and route the external device to the Conexant audio instead. Unfortunately the hotfix in this article is not available for download. I have FS amilo si , I get it with Vista and I have installed XP Pro, I cannot install modem and audio card, I have instaled this hotfix erier and I cannot install drivers from FS support site, conaxent site so I have downloaded this package, I have instaled this hotfix from this file and this driver and still Im getting response: Anyway — The driver download is dead but the Microsoft KB article now links to a patch for Windows but the article itself applies also to XP.
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A lot of thanks for all your work on this blog. Hi, great info, i was almost crazy with the solution of this trouble.
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If you have any hint to that question, can you please answer me to my e-mail!!. Here the line -in was muted, but is that a logical place to find it?
Is the socket faulty or am I just Vista’d? After all it should work correctly!!!
After installing the hotfix everything was fine. Ticklish Techs a mostly. I think the preinstalled version of XP Home is already patched with this hotfix. Have fun with the rest of the year. Too bad that nobody from the support desk can tell.
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NET but also some other cool techs blog. A amill might be that on the sound mixer there is something called “name not available”. I would have expected the insertion of a jack socket to switch off the internal microphone and route the external device to the Conexant audio instead.
Of cause, this is totally wrong, because all versions of Windows XP use exactly the same driver architecture. No registered users and 2 guests. No error in device manager. The sound meter in mixer shows sound is playing both for speakers and jackoutput, but no sound comes out. I have to make sure the audio works as its working 15220 others.
Thanks very much for saving me time and frustration!!!
Getting the Wave Out mix to show required audoi an option to show disabled devices. Unfortunately the hotfix in this article is not available for download.
Firstly the line input properties are found under: Board index All times are UTC. Or just google for that patch somewhere.
Anyone know something I ought to do in software before phoning the hardware support line? The audio and also the fax modem works. Anyway — The driver download is dead but amillo Microsoft KB article now links to a patch for Windows but the article itself applies also to XP. Icons used here are from Web 2 Mini pack. Wondered why FSC puts a driver on the download page that does not work, then found your solution.
I just can’t record from an external source. Is there a way to remove the requirement altogether?
I had the same problem with Winxp. The other issue with “No Sounds” becoming modified is caused by my Total Recorder software, but there’s a Vista bug-solving update available for that which I hope will fix it.
There was also a,ilo hint to the Microsoft knowledge base article The internal microphone and Wave Out mix are the only two things I’ve got on the recording devices page. Akilo there is no yellow marked device in device manager, it looks like system is not detecting this device at all.