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Old 04-19-2008, 01:03 PM   #11
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next put a dot in the circle next to the recording and double click it.

at the top there you will see stereo mix, put a check in the box and hit ok . that will bring up the sound recording options.
What do I double click? I try each option and none have the stereo mix.
I have no idea why.. Could it be due to what my computer was built from, like no sound card or something?
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Old 04-19-2008, 01:11 PM   #12
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are you running windows xp, or vista or maybe a different OS ??

Edit: those settings are for windows xp
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You should be able to open the Sound Control in the task bar by right clicking and going to 'Open Volume Control', or if it isn't there, going to the Control Panel, and to Sounds & Audio Devices, and hitting Advanced under Device Volume.

You should now see a mixer type layout.

Go to Options, Properties, and click Recording, instead of Playback.
Make sure everything on the list is ticked, and close the extra menu off.

Now, click, and put a tick next to one that will record what the computer hears, for example,

'What U Hear'
& 'Wave'
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You should be able to open the Sound Control in the task bar by right clicking and going to 'Open Volume Control', or if it isn't there, going to the Control Panel, and to Sounds & Audio Devices, and hitting Advanced under Device Volume.

You should now see a mixer type layout.

Go to Options, Properties, and click Recording, instead of Playback.
Make sure everything on the list is ticked, and close the extra menu off.

Now, click, and put a tick next to one that will record what the computer hears, for example,

'What U Hear'
& 'Wave'
I can't find that mixer option anywhere.

Just the ones I listed earlier in the thread.

Im running XP also
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Old 04-19-2008, 04:57 PM   #15
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Do you have any idea what sound chip you have on your motherboard, or what sound card you have that may not be installed?

Its very weird if you haven't got settings like that.
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Do you have any idea what sound chip you have on your motherboard, or what sound card you have that may not be installed?

Its very weird if you haven't got settings like that.
It was custom made from a friend of mine
I have a list of everything it has

1. Intel Pentrium 4, 2.8GHZ Socket 775 IMB Cache CPU

2. 256MB DDR Memory

3. ATI Radeon X600 128MB PCI express video card

4. Gigabyte socket 775 pci express motherboard

5. Sony 52x cd/dvdrom drive

6. Jeantech neon light silver tower case

7. Seagate barracuda 7200RPM UDMA-100 hard disk

8. 3.5 FDD


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Hopefully that makes some sense to you.. It certainly doesnt to me!
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