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Old 11-03-2010, 07:53 AM
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I gave this a try but it didn't correct the recorded sound..also I don't have the option to select what u hear. I did enable stereo mix but got the same results. The sound seems to go in and out. I don't know if it would help any to tell you that the sound is RealTech. I don't know what difference that would make as it worked for a couple of years with no problem and now it's not working even though nothing changed to my knowledge. Thanks for trying to help. I am not using any other cables or programs but one thing more is another program I have records also and it is recording the same way so it is something in the system apparently

Originally Posted by theRamenNoodle View Post
I've been on Windows 7 for a while, so I'm doing this off memory.
  1. Open your volume controls by double-clicking on the speaker icon near your clock.
  2. Go to the File menu and then Properties.
  3. Switch to Recording
  4. Ensure that "What U Hear" or "Stereo Mix" or "Wave" is enabled.
  5. Click OK
  6. Now checkmark under "What U Hear" to set it as the recording input.
  7. Adjust your internal system volume as you normally would (ignore your physical speakers).

Let me know if that fixes it for you. This will record much better than running an audio cable like spaghetti.

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