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No audio after importing with Dazzle DVC90 Audio Device


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I recently installed Creator 8 Delux Suite with the Dazzle DVC90 Audio Device. I have been trying to import from a portable voice cassette recorder using Media Import page. In the Audio screen on the right side of the page it shows and looks like it is playing the track it imported, but there is no sound. I've read all 6 pages here on Audio & have tried various suggestions. I'm a newbie to all this & don't have a good grasp on terms etc., so I'm hoping for some help & advise that doesn't boggle my mind :))

After testing both the Dazzle DVC90 Audio Device & SoundMAX Digital Audio with the Sound Hardware Test Wizard, it states, "Your sound Hardware cannot play. Contact your vendor for more info."

Any suggestions are very appreciated.

XP Home SP2, Norton, Dell DIM2400, Intel Celeron CPU 2.40GHz, 2.39GHz, 512MB of RAM

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I recently installed Creator 8 Delux Suite with the Dazzle DVC90 Audio Device. I have been trying to import from a portable voice cassette recorder using Media Import page. In the Audio screen on the right side of the page it shows and looks like it is playing the track it imported, but there is no sound. I've read all 6 pages here on Audio & have tried various suggestions. I'm a newbie to all this & don't have a good grasp on terms etc., so I'm hoping for some help & advise that doesn't boggle my mind :))

After testing both the Dazzle DVC90 Audio Device & SoundMAX Digital Audio with the Sound Hardware Test Wizard, it states, "Your sound Hardware cannot play. Contact your vendor for more info."

Any suggestions are very appreciated.

XP Home SP2, Norton, Dell DIM2400, Intel Celeron CPU 2.40GHz, 2.39GHz, 512MB of RAM

 

The DVC90 does not support capturing from audio devices. Try capturing the audio through your sound card instead.

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