I lose registration
From the run command in windows
Select Run from the menu
The Run window opens.
Enter "regedit" in the text field and click the OK.
The Registry Editor opens.
the serial number is on the left side in the navigation area.
Follow the path
the serial number is next to the "Serial*" entry. Looks like this:
*** text may vary
on Nov 28, 2009
I have XP Home edition and have updated all
It is possible but lets work on your problems separately. First of all what is the make and model of your computer? Also what is the model of your brother printer as that may just require a driver. Lastly when you connect the devices does the computer recognize them at all? if it is recognized you can go to device manager and find out the exact issue my guess would be a driver issue at this point. Once I get some more information i can assist you further.
on Nov 07, 2009
High pitch beep sound over the actual recording
Hmm - it sounds like feedback - when recording it is important to turn off any monitoring or sound out from your computer. To remove the sound you describe from a recording you will need a sound editing software with either an equalizer or a pass-filter so you can filter away the offending tone.
on Jul 14, 2009
I have a xitel
- Plug the audio cable into one end of the device. Plug the other end of the audio cable into the outputs on your home stereo system (or similar device)
- Plug the USB cable from the device into your Vista or XP computer. The drivers will self-install.
- You should have received the software with the device. It may be called LP Recorder and comes on CD. If you did, use that software to record the audio from your tape.
If you don't have the CD, you should be able to use other software. Try Windows Media Encoder here
and use its capture feature. Ensure you have already done the 3 steps above before launching the program.
If that doesn't work:
- Do the 3 steps above, then go to Start > Control Panel > Sounds (or similar), Recording tab
- Check that the device is listed in there, and make it the default device
- Then go to Start > All Programs > Accessories > Sound Recorder, and use this to record the audio. You can adjust quality settings from Step 2 as well.
on Jun 17, 2009
INPORT Installed, Sound Disappears
The Xitel site http://www.xitel.com/USA/support_inport.htm says when this happens, " 1. Go to START -> CONTROL PANEL -> SOUNDS AND MULTIMEDIA PROPERTIES -> AUDIO TAB
2. Make sure that in the Audio tab your soundcard appears as the Preferred Playback device with USB Audio or INport as the Preferred Recording Device. There should also be a check next to the option 'use only preferred device'.
3. When you start LPRecorder you should also make sure that Recording Device is set to USB Device or INport and Playback Device is set as your soundcard and that there is a check next to the option Simultaneous Playback."
on Jan 03, 2009
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