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Thread: No Audio on Windows 7 64 bit with Windows Media Player

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    Default No Audio on Windows 7 64 bit with Windows Media Player

    Hi There,

    Pretty sure I've followed all of the instructions in the online manual and there still seems to be no audio being recording. I'm using Windows 7 64 bit and an audio stream in Windows Media Player 12. The Applian plugin is enabled in Windows Media Player, I've enabled an exception in the Window's firewall, I start Replay Music first and then I open my audio stream in Windows Media Player.

    The result is the same every time, no file appears in the output folder.

    Help please. I have a friend that's on the radio tomorrow and I really want to record the audio stream.

    Thanks. Kris

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    Default Re: No Audio on Windows 7 64 bit with Windows Media Player

    Try and use a different player with this. Due to the way windows media and Windows 7 handle audio often a different player will record. Also, you might need to turn your user account control down. You do this in the Control Panel under User Accounts.

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