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I can launch the Windows Mixer from my VB6 app with the following command:

Shell "C:\Windows\System32\sndvol32.exe"

However, this brings it up in its normal Playback view. Is there a way to bring it up in its "Recording" view? Maybe the exe file has some command line parameters?

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C:\Windows\System32\sndvol32.exe -r
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