Using Windows 2000 Pro.
AMD 1.4 GHz processor
Shuttle Motherboard AK11
Problem: Was initially using the on board audio without any glitches. In conjunction with the audio I was using WinTV, which offered volume control within the program itself. Yesterday I disabled the on board audio with the prospect of installing the Soundblaster Live Value card. After installation I felt it offered little in the way of increased sound quality and therefore uninstalled the drivers, removed the card, rebooted to the BIOS, re-enabled all audio functions, saved the changes, and completed the reboot. Reinstalled the drivers from the mainboard cdrom and rebooted again. Everything returned to its normal configuration, except one thing. I no longer have volume control within the WinTV program. Going into the WinTV audio configuration panel I noticed that the Advanced Audio Control Dialog box is greyed out. In addition, the Audio Mixer Input area which HAD a number of audio choices to choose from is now blank. I need to have the "Line In" option available to be able to have control over the volume again.
Is using the restore feature an option?