Disclaimer : First of all very sorry(to entire lg community) regarding use of keygen(cracks) for software, i know its very unethical and i just got a problem here would u please help me! I have deleted keygen and software and since its unethical i m not using it again and not doing such things again!
My Question: I downloaded this 'X' keygen for a software which corrupted Audio Recording on my windows 7 laptop, and now whenever i plug in mic to record something in audacity or windows sound recorded nothing gets recorded just crackling sounds.
i have uninstalled and re-installed all drivers concerned with audio still problem exists, i do not want to re-install windows 7.
Please provide me any solution!
asked Oct 14 '12 at 04:09
If you don't want to reinstall Windows 7, you don't want to fix the problem. It is the only way to be certain that all virus contaminations are cleared.
answered Oct 14 '12 at 09:14
It's actually unlikely that this has got anything to do with a virus. I suggest you try using Skype, see if anyone can hear you over that. If you have made sure that there are no infections on your computer, try booting into Ubuntu or another Live CD OS, and try a skype call or something on there, if that works then maybe there's a problem with Windows, but the crackling sounds to me like it may be something to do with hardware failure, as opposed to a software fault.
answered Oct 14 '12 at 11:00
Welcome to the wonderful world of pirate software - 1 reason not to do it. Your PC could be Rooted, or now accessible to a botnet or such.
There is always viable software out there without the need to resort to pirating it. If its an OS issue take it up with the vendor AND always make sure you have your backup disks handy and any keyfiles for your software is backed up.
I myself have had to install my system 3 times in as many months sue to hardware failure and now have my keyfiles safely backed up in the cloud so I know I won't loose them. Also backup disks are in the same place i keep my important documents so I know I wont need to worry about them.
answered Oct 14 '12 at 13:42