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No Sound In Vista 64 After Setting Pc To Sleep

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So far I have been able to reproduce this problem every single time...I set "Easy Audio Capture" to capture from PC speakers, put PC in sleep or hibernate mode and presto! After bringing PC back the sound is gone. You can see that sound comes thru on visual indicators, but there is no sound from speakers. Now if I set the Easy Audio capture to capture from anything other than speakers I have no problem with sound after either sleep or hibernate.

Tried adjusting the power options in BIOS and in Windows.

Spend hours with Dell support and sent email to roxio...no dice

Vistas 64 , i7 PC with Realtek built in sound card

Thanks!

 

So far I have been able to reproduce this problem every single time...I set "Easy Audio Capture" to capture from PC speakers, put PC in sleep or hibernate mode and presto! After bringing PC back the sound is gone. You can see that sound comes thru on visual indicators, but there is no sound from speakers. Now if I set the Easy Audio capture to capture from anything other than speakers I have no problem with sound after either sleep or hibernate.

Tried adjusting the power options in BIOS and in Windows.

Spend hours with Dell support and sent email to roxio...no dice

Vistas 64 , i7 PC with Realtek built in sound card

Thanks!

 

 

I have Roxio Creator Premier with Blue ray - came with Dell PC.

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Sleep and/or Hibernate have been a disaster since Win95… Rarely works on any desktop without problems.

 

I am guessing you don't even have 2009 but most likely have EMC 10? Did you look?

 

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Sleep and/or Hibernate have been a disaster since Win95… Rarely works on any desktop without problems.

 

I am guessing you don't even have 2009 but most likely have EMC 10? Did you look?

That is the another thing, based on the description this software does not fit into any Roxio category...here is the software info:

Creator Premier

Version: 10.2.606

Build: 116B06A, DLH

Serial Number: removed jeh

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2007

 

Module Name: PX Engine

Build: 4.4.48a, 30

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2007

 

Module Name: Roxio Central Core

Version: 3.7.0

Build: 370B20A, DLH

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2007

 

Module Name: Roxio Creator Tools

Version: 3.7.0

Build: 370B07B, DLP

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2007

 

Module Name: Roxio Creator Data

Version: 3.7.0

Build: 370B08A, DLP

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2007

Edited by Jim_Hardin

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Thanks. I believe the EMC 10 Premier version was a Dell Only OEM product…

 

Sometimes things just can't be fixed. What you describe is the first time I have ever heard of it, yet EMC 10 came out about 1 1/2 years ago. – my 2002 laptop will lockup if I pick Undock Computer every time! Been that way for 6 years and Dell or MS can't fix that…

 

Also Vista handles audio unlike any prior OS and it has produced some problems.

 

Sorry, I know I have been no help with this, but that is all I've got :huh:

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