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Windows XP Sound Recorder

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I tried to do a sound recording using Sound Recorder(Start>Accesories>Entertainment>Sound Recorder) last week, I connected a Cassete Recorder(Teac with Dolby) to the in-jack of my Sound Card with my aux-in levels at peak. I noticed while tape was running, and while the music was audible through my desktop speakers, that the sound level indicator did not show any signal. I then played back the sound, and got nothing. Please advise if I should have connected my tape recorder cable to the microphone jack instead.

The sound card is Xear 3D Sound Soltions by C.Media at www.cmedia.com.tw

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