Thanks for your reply - it sounded like the answer, so I downloaded the
latest SigmaTel driver
from Intel, but it didn't work. When I try to check
SigmaTel through the Control Panel, it says the driver
is "inaccessable. Make
sure it is installed and enabled." Checking for the line-in connection, it
says Digital Input Device (SPDIF): High Definition Audio Device is working
but not plugged in (it is, of course, & was working before Vista.) It also
says it's a Microsoft driver
, not Intel. Did it replace & disable the Intel
driver? My Intel board is a D946GZIS.
> I had a sound problem with my onboard SigmaTel audio following an upgrade to
> Vista. In the end I updated the driver for SigmaTel audio for my motherboard
> from the Intel site and it solved my problem. Just one of the XP to Vista
> bugs! Hope this helps you.
> "JRW" wrote:
> > Phonograph player into line-in on SigmaTel sound card has no sound. This
> > worked w/ XP, stopped after Vista installed. Speakers work fine on everything
> > else.
> > Windows Vista help says go to speakers properties, & lin-in is mute by
> > default. (Help picture shows Volume control,Phone Line,Line-in, Aux &
> > Micrphone; but when I go there mine only displays the volume control & the
> > other items are midssing, so I can't unmute. I can't record anything.