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Windows 7: Audio setup in Windows 7

04 Mar 2009   #1
Falco77

Windows 7 Public Beta x64 Build 7000
 
 
Audio setup in Windows 7

Hi All! Can You please tell me where can I find this window in Control Panel for Audio setup? Thanks.



PS : My Audio card is a Creative, not a Realtek like on the screenshot.


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04 Mar 2009   #2
kword88

windows 7 ultimate 64bit
 
 

try the properties page in device manager
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04 Mar 2009   #3
Falco77

Windows 7 Public Beta x64 Build 7000
 
 

Yes, but I only have "General, Custom, Levels and Advanced". I know why I don't have the last two. It's fine for me just wanted to know where it was in Control Panel. Thanks :)!
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04 Mar 2009   #4
Airbot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

It would be under Sounds in your control panel or if you have an Audio Manager link in your CP.
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04 Mar 2009   #5
Falco77

Windows 7 Public Beta x64 Build 7000
 
 

Thank You!
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04 Mar 2009   #6
Airbot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

You're welcome
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16 Nov 2009   #7
aksakhirn

windows 7
 
 

Hi All !

A little trouble for me... not exactly the same but concerning the default setup.

The computer is an Asus notebook with an integrated Realtek HD Audio chipset, runing Win 7.

Here is my problem : Windows default playback had set up itself to 24 bits 48 Khz (maybe according to the sound card)

I was wondering why my sound was so awful and finally find that this is this set up !!
Sound become clean again when setting up to 16 bits 44 Khz.
But this config. just apply to the connected user !

So here is my question : where/how can I set up the default config to playback sounds in 16 bits 44 KHz in place of the actual 24 bits 48 Khz default ??

Thx a lot for help,
Cheers,
Laurent
(and sorry for my poor english, hope you will understand and be able to help me !)
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