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Dave510

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Iam trying to record Vinyl from my Hi Fi to my Laptop which is a new Laptop Iam on Windows 7 Home Premium Using windows internet Explorer I use an RCA cable from my Hi Fi to A preamp then a lead from my preamp to my Laptop which is a Dj Tech RCA2USB The Microphone on My sounds is on all I hear is the recorded Vinyl plus Background Ie Television or someone Talking in the Background To rectify this I turn the Microphone to 0 then I cannot record anything Can you Please help me.

Many Thanks.

David Swift.

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lotvic

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Just had reply from djtech:

"Re: RCA-2-USB, use on W7 64bit?

Yes, is compatible.

Thanks for Your attention, For any question please don't hesitate to contact us!

Best Regards DJTECH"

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Dave510

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How will I put USB Audio codec onto my Laptop?

Dave.

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Woolwell

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USB Audio Codec - The link is to an old thread and refers to XP but the last post may still be relevant. I've checked with my W7 installations and I have those files.

The problem is that your laptop is not recognising the usb connector.

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Dave510

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What shall I do then?

Dave.

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Woolwell

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In c:\windows\inf folder do you have wdmausb.inf and wdmausb.PNF files? In c:\windows\system32\drivers do you have usbaudio.sys ?

These should be part of Windows.

I beginning to suspect that you have a duff part supplied.

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lotvic

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Woolwell, The laptop is Windows 7 home premium 64bit so will it be in ..\system64\drivers?

Just in case it is the usb port - can you check that other USB devices work in that port? or plug the hifi turntable djtech cable into one that you know works ok. It's supposed to be 'Plug n Play' which means W7 will install it automatically. (presuming you switch hifi etc power on)

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Woolwell

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I've got 64 bit and I don't have system64 just system32.

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Dave510

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I plugged rca2usb the line php came up skould this be the one to use?

Dave.

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Dave510

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I plugged rca2usb the line php came up skould this be the one to use?

Dave.

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Dave510

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When I plug in usb it comes up as Usb php audio device.Dave.

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