Did you go to Control Panel>Sound or Control Panel>System>Device Manager?
Your post mentions Device Manager, there is another option....Control
If your hardware doesn't show up in either, must be another Beta Bug...???
> Thats just the point, Vista is not recognizing anything sound related that is
> attached to the computer other than the speakers. Vista is saying that the
> microphone is unplugged (which it isnt), and the 2 line in jacks are not
> even being detected. Device manager does not help at all.
> "packard8" wrote:
> > You need to go to Control Panel>Sound and then double click the device you
> > are using for line in. It should then show the volume level adjustments (at
> > least it does on my copy).
> > Best,
> > John
> > "Boboba" wrote:
> > > In XP, one was able to adjust individual volume levels from the windows
> > > volume mixer (such as Line In, Line Out, WAVE, CD-IN, Etc.) however in Vista,
> > > that is all non-existant, the only thing related to volume that i am allowed
> > > to adjust is the "Speaker Volume". Well I want to use my guitar amp on vista
> > > like i did in XP. In XP all i had to do was plug it into the pink input on
> > > the back of the computer, go to volume control, turn up the Line-In volume
> > > and i was good to go. Vista refuses to recognize that i even HAVE A LINE IN
> > > JACK. I can find no adjustments in the control panel, sound control, volume
> > > control or anywhere. Now what do i do? Is there anyway to get the advanced
> > > voulem properties to show up like they did in XP? or is the volume control in
> > > vista that underdeveloped?
> > >