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    Listening to audio input in Vista?

    This is driving me nuts!

    In XP I used to be able to plug in a microphone, unmute it as an input device in the sound mixer, and then I could hear it live through my speakers. I can't find the same option in Vista, in fact the mixer does programs not devices...

    The audio's coming from an onboard Sigmatel chip - "SigmaTel High Definition Audio CODEC"

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    Re: Listening to audio input in Vista?

    not sure if this is what you're looking for but it may work

    Go to control panel (classic view) - sound - recording tab - right click in the white area - select 'show disabled devices' - right click on stereo mix - select 'enable'

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