Hi, I have an issue with Audacity where it has disabled my system audio from working properly. Changing the microphone volume from within Audacity causes a weird sort of system crash, and has made all the microphones on the computer non functional. Even after rolling back, uninstalling and reinstalling drivers, installing new drivers, and checking/repairing system files, the microphones remain non functional. This includes an inbuilt laptop microphone, and a Logitech G430 headset microphone. The G430 microphone does not work at all, and the inbuilt laptop microphone sounds like a voice modulator is active and lowering the pitch several tones, plus garbling the audio. Everything worked 100% normally until I attempted changing the volume within audacity, I can cause the weird system crash at will by changing the microphone volume within audacity. Programs will gradually become non responsive, and will eventually require a restart to work properly.