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I recently added 2 Gigs of RAM to the 2 I already had in my computer running Windows 7 64bit. Their latest driver still doesn't resolve the issue! Please help, I have the creative itch to record music, but obviously am currently unable to do so. Microphone with Audigy 2 ZS not working! have a peek here

Any help would be great. So I disabled it, enabled and installed the drivers for my onboard sound. They're pretty good for that kind of thing. OS CPU RAM Video Card Related Issues Hardware acceleration (Dsound2D/3D and EAX) not available on XP x64 edition with 4Gb of RAM; Cannot record with system memory greater than 4GB; 4

There is still no "Line-in" recording control. time to let it go. I cannot record or anything.

such as drivers, firmware updates, etc. I've tried plugging in just the microphone and that did not work... so try installing with vista drivers and see if it works better. That seems like it will be a huge performace hit.

I mean if I unmute the mic and talk I can hear myself just fine in my headphones, but as soon as I run ventrilo or recording software like audacity and I knew there was a reason why I cut my hair short, to stop me from pulling it out, because I would have none left if it was not cut short. The issue goes away if the computer can see only 32-bit amounts of RAM, as in 4GB of address space minus PCI addressing. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-hardware/sb-audigy-2-mic-not-working-under-win7-64bit/9d9187c8-4284-4ec0-bf1d-a89050a7673d Strawbs Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Sound Blasters Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Forum Rules and Guidelines Product Boards Sound Blasters Speakers

Created at 5/19/2009 10:19 PM by Last modified at 5/19/2009 10:19 PM by ================================== [F2C]MaDMaXX, Nov 28, 2009 [F2C]MaDMaXX, Nov 28, 2009 #22 Dec 1, 2009 #23 [F2C]MaDMaXX Limp Gawd http://connect.creativelabs.com/windows/Lists/Audigy%20Issues/DispForm.aspx?ID=37&Source=http://connect.creativelabs.com/windows/Lists/Audigy%2520Issues/AllItems.aspx%3FView%3D{AC4C4640-D50F-4093-B6AE-98EC3B455779}%26FilterField1%3DProduct%26FilterValue1%3DSound%2520Blaster%2520Audigy%25202%2520ZS If it doesn't work, here's a rough copy/paste; ================================ Creative Labs: Connect > Beta - Windows > Audigy Issues > Issue affecting Audigy and X-Fi on systems with 4GB RAM That last statement may be hard to understand, I have tried the drivers creative just put out for windows 7 and a previous version, same thing. Download Link About the driver.

But, it has also stopped the mic issue, one that would plague me a few times a day, has now not occurred in the days since Saturday (4 days?) So, Creative http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/298933-28-audigy-line-unavaliable An opiniated, but well meaning member PC: Intel® Core™ i5-650 3.20 GHz | Intel® Desktop Board DQ57TM | 4GB DDR3 RAM | Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit 05-03-2011,11:30 PM #5 Agent_24 View Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 64MB Sata3 HD 06-03-2011,10:39 AM #8 goodiesguy View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Stoopid Irriot! It's been up to the 3rd party fans to resolve the issue themselves!

If you want to get in contact with me feel free to send me an e-mail. navigate here All other Recording devices besides "What U Hear" are showing as unavailable. wipe your paws. 06-03-2011,07:26 AM #7 Trev View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date Feb 2005 Location Wish You Were Here Posts 7,597 Re: LINE IN not working - An opiniated, but well meaning member PC: Intel® Core™ i5-650 3.20 GHz | Intel® Desktop Board DQ57TM | 4GB DDR3 RAM | Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit 06-03-2011,10:41 AM #9 Agent_24 View

Jason Reply With Quote 10-21-2004,11:47 AM #4 JP68FL View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visitor Join Date Oct 2004 Posts 3 Re: HELP!! Why would the programmers add one but not the other? This is what I meant earlier about the mixer settings not being obvious. Check This Out As for me, rather than fork out on a new sound card, a new USB mic will get round the issue so i can enable my remaining half gig of ram

Many thanks in advance My System Specs OS Windows 7 Ultimate CPU Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 Motherboard ASUS P5WDG2 WS Professional [Bios 0905] Memory 2*2048Mo GSkill PC8000 Graphics Card ASUS Also, I don't have the RealTek HD Audio available is a Recoding device as you do. I guess it's a temporary workaround until the issues in Windows 7 are ironed out or until I get a new sound card.

cyclone3d, Aug 24, 2011 cyclone3d, Aug 24, 2011 #36 Aug 24, 2011 #37 Ryokurin [H]ardForum Junkie Messages: 10,596 Joined: Aug 14, 2001 It's older than that.

Just have to wait for Creative to get their shit in gear. On a 64-bit system with 4GB of RAM installed, disabling Memory Hole Remapping in the BIOS makes the issue go away, since there is no RAM amount above the memory hole A quick fix for me I found was to adjust the sample rate / bit depth under the advanced tab in mic properties. One thing positive about Windows 10 is that there is never a dull moment anymore on ye olde computer Its like a box of chocolates, you don't know what you are

High-capacity, wireless mobile storage designed to accompany professional photographers and videographers in the field to easily offload, edit and stream captured photos and high-definition videos. Once done, i found that my Microphone that was plugged in my Audigy 2 ZS sound card was making my voice sound... Microphone with Audigy 2 ZS not working! http://philgiebler.com/sound-blaster/sound-blaster-audigy-mic-not-working.html ReMeDy, Aug 23, 2011 ReMeDy, Aug 23, 2011 #34 Aug 24, 2011 #35 Snufykat [H]ard|Gawd Messages: 1,079 Joined: Jan 20, 2006 There is no motivation for them to "fix" the issue.

Non-system disk or disk error. Now, I can feed audio into the Audigy inputs and hear it, but cannot record. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated! it still did not work.

I reset the msconfig to normal RAM (4GB), did a reboot an now the recording for audio is still working and not choppy. seemlessthunder, May 27, 2009 seemlessthunder, May 27, 2009 #2 May 27, 2009 #3 strat4812 Limp Gawd Messages: 129 Joined: Nov 8, 2008 the drivers or ventrilo? Reason: To clarify, and add more information Adv Reply December 27th, 2009 #2 GiveLove View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Just Give Me the Beans! My team mates tell me I have some kind of "robot voice" and I am just barely understandable.

Thanks Jason. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. If your microphone does not make any distortion, noise, or choppy sound, good !!!

Thanks a million.4th December 2015 @ 22:55 Comment from: Gusto [Visitor]Limiting the RAM solved the problem for me. It could be the case causing it or even just a dodgy pci slot, maybe try re-seating it in another slot? Its well known that the realtek HD codec on amd 790FX/GX boards are pretty good varying on the specific model, and my gigabyte mobo's implementation is particularly good. So i have speakers/headphones into the audigy2 zs and my mic into the onboard sound and everything is working.

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