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    I am looking for some help with my sound recorder, I use a headset with a mic attached, I have tried it with another device and I know the mic and headset work just fine, however my sound recorder does not work on my win98, the headset works for the headphones but for some strange reason I am unable to use windows sound recorder to record any sound, or any sound that requires recording via a mic, I have run out of ideas, at first I thought it was because I had halted installation of Microsoft office's text to speech that comes with Microsoft word half way through the installation, or that I had installed total recorder, but after uninstalling all these programs I am still unable to use sound recorder, even uninstalling and reinstalling multi-media windows components in the control panel made no difference, the mic is not muted in sound properties, the line in is muted for playback, and the mic is the only selection for recording, loop works fine, so I am wondering exactly what the problem could be, any help would be greatly appreciated thanks.

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    dagaul, start your own threads, and enough with the multiple posts.

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    Default Sound Recorder not recording

    Hi

    I'm not a software expert but did the software throw up any error messages when you run it? Like .dll files or similar were missing or damaged? If it did then copy the error messages down and search for them on the net to see if it brings up anything. I would also seriously think about upgrading to WinXP if you want to do any serious audio or video work. Sound Recorder is not a suitable piece of software I would use.

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    Default Sound Recorder not recording

    Hi

    I'm not a software expert but did the software throw up any error messages when you run it? Like .dll files or similar were missing or damaged? If it did then copy the error messages down and search for them on the net to see if it brings up anything. I would also seriously think about upgrading to WinXP if you want to do any serious audio or video work. Sound Recorder is not a suitable piece of software I would use.

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