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Codec DSP Group True Speech (22) [Solved] – Multimedia – Apps General Discussion

For recent versions of GoldWave, the last step may not be necessary since it will look for the file in the default Lame folder. I have installed the DSP Audio codec and it also shows up in my audio codecs devices list. Glad I could help.

Thanks Faizi, You saved me man I got this problem to, i cant get to work it, that didint work for me, i coldnt even understand u man. Anyone who has fsp answer can mail me. Create the following registry entry: Ive done everything as it says and I still cant get VC in yahoo messenger.


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Click Next and after it searches choose ‘Yes, I have already connected the hardware’. I did it in csp minutes. I followed your steps Hope it works for ypu too: The codec is sitting in my System32 folder but the installation is not occuring since the product is not tested by Microsoft. I truespeexh all these solutions but noting worked for me, finally i found that itwas a connection setting problem.

Fire everybody involved with not helping you solve this problem! Then, install the TrueSpeech Player. I went to my audio settings as the earlier poster suggested and looked dsp group truespeech 22 codec my audio codecs. I just want to chat. I have placed in both the goldwave folder under programs and in the system 32 folder.

Thank you sooo much!!! Im hoping someone on this site will read it and add a reply. By submitting this form you agree to our posting rulesprivacy policy and our cocec.


I have also checked the system by using yahoo audio set up wizard. DLL file is in the C: No codec error by GoldWave Inc. After doing that, it worked. Unfortunately, this has not fixed the problem. Ive posted on other sites but i guess no one wants to help me. Stripping out the old codec files from WinXP and using them in Vista seems to work. This URL will solve your problem.

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I don’t believe the lame codec is listed. I would greatly appreciate the help. So it seems to be working. Usually you need to perform 3 steps: After I read your post, I used Explorer to see where the files where sitting on the system.