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When I connect my guitar to the V-Studio 20 it doesn't catch the sound. i installed the drivers and everything but it still doesn't work what shud i do?

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Open the "sounds and devices properties" in the PC control panel and make sure the input and output show that the V studio IS the input and output... If not, select those. Often you will find that they have defaulted to the PC internal audio board.

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