Comments on computers from a long-time computer nerd. This blog is intended for non-techie computer users.
Ask not if you are ready for Windows Vista.Ask if Vista is ready for your applications.
One more line and that could have been a haiku :-)
Sometimes we jump into things that we really do not know; true vista has compatibility issues somewhat thesame with xp when they first launched it so tell me a new OS and old applicatiion whats the other factor we are missing? the person using the system... first of all does the application say that it runs in windows vista? was is it develop on the onset of the operating system... let us not close our minds people you want a new OS look forward for a new application; I am no computer technician but this is what comes to my mind as a car salesman; A new car should come in with new tires... get it done dude dont blame people...
So,today I went into control panel, clicked the "Sound" and clicked "recording". I clicked the microphone array and then "divice usage- don't use this device(disenable it)" and pressed okay. And the microphone array just disappeared. Did I do something wrong? I disabled it just for now and wanted to enable it later, but the whoel thing just disappeared and now I can't restore it back. I think I need some help, how do you enable the device usage back for microphone array.
I have a question. I need some help with the "Sound" in control Panel for vista computer.I accidently pressed digital output device and clicked device usage- disenable it. And it disappeared. I also clicked recording and disenabled the microphone array. How can I repair the microphone array and digital output device that I have just deleted or made it to disappear. Could you please help me and e-mail back to me firstname.lastname@example.org or post the comment to reply back my question.
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