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Edited by pip22, 21 December 2006 - 01:16 PM.
The soundcard is not the problem. If you want to record music you've stored on your PC, you must have another destination device to record it to other than your PC. For most of us the device is a CD-writer. You can write music from your PC to a blank CD and when it's completed you can take out the CD and play it in your home or car stereo system. The soundcard doesn't even have a role to play in this process, other than maybe check what the music is before you write it to CD.
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