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Roxio Lp To Mp3 Can't Monitor While Recording

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I don't get any sound when I'm recording. The speakers work fine for everything else. I'm running Windows XP 2002 SP3. I can't hear anything, so I can't monitor when to start and stop recording. This is something I need to do.

Roxio plugs into the headphone jack on my boom box which automatically shuts those speakers off. The wire then goes to the Roxio audio capture USB box and then continues out the other side to the USB port on the computer.

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Being able to hear audio while recording is a function of your audio card. Which one do you have? With some, it is the setting, with others, you may be able to use a jumper and others you may not be able to get it to work at all.

 

If you don't know, download and run the free "Speccy" Post the audio summary page here using the more reply options. Do not post any number keys. Read this for more information (scroll down on that page).

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This is the only summery page I could find.

Operating System

MS Windows XP Professional 32-bit SP3

CPU

Intel Pentium D 945

Presler 65nm Technology

RAM

2.00 GB Dual-Channel DDR2 @ 266MHz (4-4-4-12)

Motherboard

Intel Corporation D945GCZ (J3E1) 55 °C

Graphics

Default Monitor (1024x768@60Hz)

Intel® 82945G Express Chipset Family

Hard Drives

77GB Hitachi HDS728080PLA380 (SATA) 46 °C

Optical Drives

SONY DVD-ROM DDU1615

Audio

SigmaTel High Definition Audio CODEC

 

Audio

Sound Card

SigmaTel High Definition Audio CODEC

Playback Device

SigmaTel Audio

Recording Device

SigmaTel Audio

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Look in your Volume Control setting and see if you have the Stereo Mix selected.

 

Here is how

 

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Yep, you have an audio chip and not an audio card. That works OK for most things. I don't believe that it supports duplex (in and out at the same time) operation.

 

Do you have a laptop or desk top?

 

If you have a desktop, Go here and read the "Answer".

 

If it is a laptop, then I'm not sure what to suggest other than an external audio device.

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