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P5GD2 LINE-IN and MIC missing on mixer panel

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Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
August 7, 2005 10:24:08 PM

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Hallo,
I'd like to receive some suggestion about this problem:

MB P5GD2, WIndows Xp sp2 installed just now, driver C-Media 9880 from ASUS
CD included in package.

There are only 4 slider on panel (main, CD, wave, PC) and I can't show
others like LINE IN, MIC and AUX.

Do you have any idea?

Thanks in advance for any suggestion.

Marco
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August 8, 2005 4:20:09 AM

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"MarBet" <mabelo@COGNACinwind.it.invalid> wrote in message
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> Hallo,
> I'd like to receive some suggestion about this problem:
>
> MB P5GD2, WIndows Xp sp2 installed just now, driver C-Media 9880 from ASUS
> CD included in package.
>
> There are only 4 slider on panel (main, CD, wave, PC) and I can't show
> others like LINE IN, MIC and AUX.
>
> Do you have any idea?
>
> Thanks in advance for any suggestion.
>
> Marco
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> Attenzione: indirizzo e-mail non valido
> (per rispondere togliere gli alcolici e il suffiso invalid)
>
>
Marbet,
On my P5AD2E-Premium, which also has this sound chip, it seems you can't
display both input and output together; bring up the panel, then click
options, properties, then either playback or recording; recording shows the
items you're looking for. Not particularly intuitive, I know, but...
Regards,
Steve.
Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
August 8, 2005 9:33:32 PM

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Hello Steve,

> On my P5AD2E-Premium, which also has this sound chip, it seems you can't
> display both input and output together; bring up the panel, then click
> options, properties, then either playback or recording; recording shows
the
> items you're looking for. Not particularly intuitive, I know, but...

thank you for answer.

Problem is that, opening panel you describe, only three options ara
available, either for playback or recording.

Bye

Marco
August 9, 2005 11:54:12 PM

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"MarBet" <mabelo@COGNACinwind.it.invalid> wrote in message
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> Hello Steve,
>
>> On my P5AD2E-Premium, which also has this sound chip, it seems you can't
>> display both input and output together; bring up the panel, then click
>> options, properties, then either playback or recording; recording shows
> the
>> items you're looking for. Not particularly intuitive, I know, but...
>
> thank you for answer.
>
> Problem is that, opening panel you describe, only three options ara
> available, either for playback or recording.
>
> Bye
>
> Marco
>
>
Marco,
I admit I've never really looked at this much, and, of course, my
motherboard is different to yours; however, I have an icon in the
notification area (near the clock) named Xear 3D. This brings up the C-Media
3D Audio Configuration panel, and then under the Mixer tab, I have the main
Volume and Balance control, followed by sliders for Wave, SW Synth and CD
Player. Under this, are the Record sliders, which provide SPDIF In,
Microphone, CD Player, Line In and Wave. The Information tab shows Audio
Driver version 5.12.01.0008.51 (61). At the bottom, it says C-Media 3D Audio
Configuration Ver. 1.0.43.5. Could it be that you simply haven't got all the
drivers installed? To be fair, I did download the latest drivers from the
Asus website; I don't normally rely on the drivers on the motherboard CD,
since they're often out of date.
HTH, Regards,
Steve.
August 10, 2005 10:14:56 PM

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On Sun, 07 Aug 2005 18:24:08 GMT, "MarBet"
<mabelo@COGNACinwind.it.invalid> wrote:

>Hallo,
>I'd like to receive some suggestion about this problem:
>
>MB P5GD2, WIndows Xp sp2 installed just now, driver C-Media 9880 from ASUS
>CD included in package.
>
>There are only 4 slider on panel (main, CD, wave, PC) and I can't show
>others like LINE IN, MIC and AUX.
>
>Do you have any idea?
>
>Thanks in advance for any suggestion.
>
>Marco

Hi,

I have a MB (P5GDCde luxe) with the same soundchip and C-media
software.
I believe only sliders are shown for inputs that are available. And
available means selected in the input/output selection screen (this is
where you select the connection types for the different
connectors/plugs). Also i believe that the chip actual have to sensor
an input/output connection.

I agree with a comment that the software is not realy intuitive. It is
not possible to have sound from several inputs at the same time.
And i still do not understand the 'monitoring' function (this is were
you can only select one channel to monitor).

Hope this helps a little bit.

Butch
Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
August 11, 2005 5:15:36 PM

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Hallo steve, hallo Butch,
I don't have the PC here at the moment but I'll try your suggestion next
days and will post restults.

Bye

Marco
!