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    Default "Stereo Mix" lost after S/PDIF coaxial connection

    Finally I decided to use S/PDIF coaxial connection instead of using annalog connector.

    Sound is better now (a lot better) but I can not record "what I am hearing" because Stereo MIX does not detect any sound (I can see the option and the level of record is high but seems not detect any sound because is not recording anything I play)

    Please, could you help me?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: "Stereo Mix" lost after S/PDIF coaxial connection

    Did you check the box for Stereo Mix? Go to Master Volume/Options/Properties/ Now in the Mixer Device click Realtek HD Audio Input Check the box for Stereo Mix. or to Mixer Device Realtek HD Digital Input Check the box for SPDIF This depends on what you want to use as your recording device.

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    Default Re: "Stereo Mix" lost after S/PDIF coaxial connection

    Thanks for posting, hope this helps him or others post some replies as well. I copied his post here because I was unsure how it should work

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    Default Re: "Stereo Mix" lost after S/PDIF coaxial connection

    Thanks for your reply.

    I am a Vista user then the control panel is not the same but I think I understood you. I checked the record level and it is correct as you can see in the picture.

    More ideas?

    Thanks,

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    Default Re: "Stereo Mix" lost after S/PDIF coaxial connection

    Do you have anything connected to the S/PDIF Input? Sorry again I have no idea about this, but just seemed I better ask because I know there is input and output separately

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    Default Re: "Stereo Mix" lost after S/PDIF coaxial connection

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Do you have anything connected to the S/PDIF Input? Sorry again I have no idea about this, but just seemed I better ask because I know there is input and output separately
    I don't have anything connected to S/PDIF because this is an output connection not an input connection. Before using S/PDIF I didn't need to connect anything because "Stereo Mix" was able to record "What you were hearing" and this is what I want now.

    Thanks,

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    You did say it worked before you hooked up SPDIF and you are not using SPDIF now but lost your Stereo Mix? Did you uninstall your realtek drivers then install them again? This should set it to a default.
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    Default Re: "Stereo Mix" lost after S/PDIF coaxial connection

    Quote Originally Posted by artdrivers View Post
    You did say it worked before you hooked up SPDIF and you are not using SPDIF now but lost your Stereo Mix? Did you uninstall your realtek drivers then install them again? This should set it to a default.
    I did it but same results. I give up! :( I'll continue with analog connectors.

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    Default Re: "Stereo Mix" lost after S/PDIF coaxial connection

    I'm not much help for I don't use Vista. Please don't give up. Maybe someone else will post with some answers.
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    Default Re: "Stereo Mix" lost after S/PDIF coaxial connection

    Anyone?

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