|02 Jun 2010||#1|
Gigabyte EX58-UD3R (Realtek ALC888) - What is wrong with Realtek?
I've been trying to figure out my problem for months and months now. I even contacted Realtek but have no luck getting a reply back.
The sound and all works perfect. It's just when I try to record sound from the sound card from my computer for MSN voice clips. It doesn't detect any sound? - I have tried everything from settings to updating drivers. Updating drivers just cause my recording to not have "Stereo Mix" anymore. Also when I'm mastering a song or something it sometimes get a popping sound. I'm still wondering to this day what is the problem? Did Realtek make a crappy onboard card which can't function perfectly on the 64bit system and now avoiding it?
Anyone know what is the go?
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