Re: Windows Vista Sound Recorder
It was a good try, but still, nothing. Vista doesn't even "see" the new
Realtek codec. I've tried everything.
My next move is to purchase a new sound card (new machine, needs a new vid
card, now a new sound card-what else is new? Esp if you purchase from Best
Buy). Making Macintosh look sweeter by the dollar.
"Cal Bear '66" wrote:
> Right click Speaker icon in the Notification Area of the Taskbar, select
> Recording devices, select Stereo Mix (Realtek) as your Default. If you do not
> see, right click in the window and select both "Show Disabled Devices" and "Show
> Disconnected Devices".
> I Bleed Blue and Gold
> GO BEARS!
> "Army1Ret" <Army1Ret@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > My old Windows XP machine allowed me to record sound on my PC. I could record
> > streaming sound or sound from an external source. It was easy, uncomplicated
> > and visual.
> > I've tried to do the same with Vista but cannot. I can hear streaming
> > sounds, audio CDs and play games while hearing sound. However, when I record
> > sounds (music, audio content, etc) it looks like Vista does not hear it
> > internally.
> > Is there a button, switch or file I need to change? I've tried DLing a new
> > CODEC from Real Tech to no avail. I know it is something internal to the
> > machine but can't put my finger on it.
> > Thanks