Since you updated your Operating system, you need to do the same thing to your 'JetAudio' sound drivers. this is very simple since it involves in a few steps,
1. On your start menu, click on control panel
-Double click on Administrative tools and click on Computer Management.
-In the list click on Device Manager and look for 'sound, video and game controllers. Click on it ,you will see your 'JetAudio' drivers listed.
-Right click on jet Audio and click on Update Drivers. You must be connected to the internet. and it will take a few minutes depending on your broad band connection, You will be able to record your sounds after.
2.There are many softwares on internet that can scan and install missing Drivers on your PC. just Google them.
The error is being caused by some problem that exists in the registry entries of the jet audio application, and therefore you will need to fix that. I will suggest the following workarounds to counter that problem:
First, you will need to clean up the registry of the computer you are using with the use of registry clean up utilities, and I will recommend for you one called ccleaner. You can download it for free from the internet, so just search for it and install it.
Next, you will need to reinstall JetAudio. Go to the control panel and uninstall JetAudio from the program files, and then look for its setup and install it again.
Then test it to see if it is working now.
You should make sure that you get the latest version of the JetAudio application.
It seems the problem is not with the JetAudio application but with your recording device or the sound card. If you are converting a music file or recording an audio, make sure your sound card is installed properly. Right-click “My Computer” and select “Properties.” Select “Hardware” tab and click “Device Manager.” On the next screen, check if “Sound, video and game controllers” doesn’t have a question mark.
If it has a question mark, it means there is a problem. Try reinstalling your sound card. But if the sound card item doesn’t have a question mark, it means there’s no problem in there or the sound card is working properly. Try running Windows Media Player and play some media files either video or music and verify that you hear a sound.
If there’s no problem with the sound, try disabling your antivirus temporarily before starting JetAudio then see if it works. Also, try updating the application to JetAudio 8 which is currently the latest.