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Windows 7: Unable to play back and front jacks at the same time.

03 Dec 2014   #11


Seems like allot of time spent re explaining things. I am not an internet noob and I also understand forum regs hate resurrected threads and tend to kill them until they are locked but at least I tried. Really it belongs here. I have searched many pages on google and this is the most accurate one I have found over months. Really the answer is best placed on this thread because this is where the search engines will steer others. I know this is counter to the forum reg unwritten law that resurrecting threads is a sin but I fully disagree with it. Really if you don't understand the problem(because you didnt even take the time to read the thread or understand it) or you don't have a solution. I don't see why you are posting(or we know what else this is called I'm trying to remain pleasant).

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04 Dec 2014   #12
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1

I have no idea where you are getting your thoughts.
You can post in old threads as much as you want as far as I know.

If you have a problem with your computer you will get better attention if a new thread is started.
Many members won't bother looking in old threads.

No I don't know what it's called other than trying to get you to start a new thread if you need help.
Please let me know what it is called.
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