[Wine] Rosetta Stone Microphone Detection
nyctitropist at gmail.com
Fri May 1 17:52:35 CDT 2009
> Sadly, I do not have an answer either, but I would also like to request
> help on this subject.
> This seems to be a common issue, yet I can't find a resolution anywhere.
> I HAVE FOUND THE ANSWER TO THE MIC DETECTION PROBLEM!!!!!!
> After countless hours scouring the internet for an answer and fining
> nothing I had to figure it out myself.
> It's not a driver problem since from what I've seen everyone's mics work
> fine as do all of mine. I connected all of them (four one being a headset)
> and still nothing.
> I'm on Vista btw, though the solution should be the same. I went to
> control panel, hardware and sound, sound.
> I found Rosetta will detect ALL of your mics, but you have to have the
> right combination within the sounds menu. By that I mean you need to have
> a certain default speaker and a specific default mic.
> I use USB speakers so I had to change my default speaker to Line 1 and
> same with the mic even though there was no Line 1 speaker. Instantly
> Rosetta showed me ALL of my mics and I could pick any one.
> Changing the defaults can either show you mics or make them disappear, but
> changing your default Speakers after you choose a mic and apply the
> settings should be fine since it didn't affect me except for allowing me
> to use a mic.
> The defaults needed to show your mics may vary from person to person.
> If this works for you guys, spread it around, I'd hate to see people
> suffering from this problem and ruining their experience with Rosetta
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