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Old 01-04-08, 11:28 PM   #25
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Default Re: How to connect Wii to 2407??

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YW, the only problem is those directions will be hard to follow for Vista since they changed a bunch of stuff. The idea is the same but you have to do it a little differently.

*Reboots into Vista 64 bit*

Open up the control panel, click on hardware and sound. Then click on sound. This is equivalent to the playback/recording except you can see both tabs at the same time. What you'll need to do for the playback tab is select speakers, right click and choose properties. Then click on levels and find line in. Make sure it is unmuted and should be set around 50. (You can leave it default if you want and first, then adjust later.) Click okay to go back to the sound window.

Click on the recording tab, then find the "line in" in the device list and click on it. You can either right click on line in or click the button at the bottom of the window to set the line in as the default device. Once you do that you can right click on line in and choose properites. Click on the levels tab and adjust this to 50. As stated before this one will have a bigger effect on the quality of the sound because if it is turned too high everything will become distorted. You can click okay a few times and that should set everything up. Just plug the Wii into the line in with that adapter and it *should* work. (I found Vista to be a little more of a pain to get stuff like this working so you may have to mess around with it a little before it decides to work. In either case, sometimes running the sound wizard will solve the problem if you can't get anything to come through the line in.)
No luck... I've got it all plugged in correctly to the line-in, I have the playback and recording properties correct, and everything is un-muted. Still just silence from the wii. What sound wizard are you talking about?
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Old 01-04-08, 11:32 PM   #26
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heh, I'm even seeing the little green bars move on the settings window, but no actual sound.
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Old 01-04-08, 11:38 PM   #27
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you have thirty seconds to tell me how to kill the ****ing golem
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Old 01-04-08, 11:40 PM   #28
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you have thirty seconds to tell me how to kill the ****ing golem
I am going to go ape**** in a minute if I can't fix my wii audio. I stuck a lightning rod in my ass but it isn't helping.
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Old 01-05-08, 12:47 AM   #29
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heh, now I can record from the wii, and hear it when I play it back.
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Old 01-05-08, 02:45 AM   #30
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Fixed it... the vista sound menus did nothing for me regarding line in... I was only able to turn up the volume on line in by using the Realtek HD audio manager, which I just downloaded.

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