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[SOLVED] Sound Recorder doesn't move

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Sakae202, Jan 8, 2003.

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  1. Sakae202

    Sakae202 Thread Starter

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    I think this problem is slightly different than the usual Sound Recorder problems.

    Trying to use Roger Wilco today, I found no one could hear me. I used the Test Mike option and it worked great, I could hear the playback perfectly. I'm certain I was on the right channel because I could hear the other people, and the software was set to full duplex. So, next I went to sound recorder to see if I could find the problem.

    I press the Record button, but the slider doesn't move indicating it is recording. I press Stop and Record again, still the same problem. I can't get the darn slider to start moving, and therefore have nothing to playback. I've tried looking thru the options but nothing works for me. The problem is not my mic or speakers, as I said earlier I can hear myself just fine. I'm fairly certain this problem relates to why no one can hear me in Roger Wilco.

    Any ideas? Thank you.

    Sakae202the slider doesn't move
     
  2. Sakae202

    Sakae202 Thread Starter

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    After posting this thread, I went back to Roger Wilco and found I could no longer test my mic. I reinstalled my sound driver (Avance '97) and everthing works fine again. I guess my question would be, why is XP causing my drivers to degrade?
     
  3. eddie5659

    eddie5659 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    Hiya and welcome

    Sometimes, your driver files may become corrupt. Its not just an XP thing, as my old Win98 PC used to do some very strange things :)

    Glad to see you've solved it

    eddie
     
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