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Audio Problem Please Help!

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I'm having a problem with a new creator tv-mce 100 PRO TV
tuner/recorder card. In order to get sound for the
television I record I have to turn the volume up for line-
in in my audio options of windows sound. The problem is
everytime Intervideo Home Theater starts, the volume
level resets to 0 and I have minimize and turn up the
volume in order to record any television. This happens
every time I start up the program, and I'm just wondering
if there is some way to "lock" the line-in volume for
recording so that I don't have to do this every time.
 
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If this is happening as you say, it's most likely a driver issue. Have you
checked their website for the latest XP compatible drivers, have you
contacted their tech support?

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"Mitchell" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:7c9a01c4954b$1dc71a50$a301280a@phx.gbl...
> I'm having a problem with a new creator tv-mce 100 PRO TV
> tuner/recorder card. In order to get sound for the
> television I record I have to turn the volume up for line-
> in in my audio options of windows sound. The problem is
> everytime Intervideo Home Theater starts, the volume
> level resets to 0 and I have minimize and turn up the
> volume in order to record any television. This happens
> every time I start up the program, and I'm just wondering
> if there is some way to "lock" the line-in volume for
> recording so that I don't have to do this every time.
 

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