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I have been looking around on the web, but it seems its not going to happen but anyway,

I have a sigmatel Soundcard and have been trying to see if there is a way to use the function 'What You can hear' For recording sound. Aperntly there is no way for the sigmatel sound card to do it, and its not under recording devices even when show disbaled / show disconnected evices are ticked

Am i just wasting my time, or does anyone no of a way to do this??

i no i could plug the headphone output in to the microphone input, but dont want to do this and ruin my soundcard because of feedback


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usually you would set your sound recording device to record the "line in" channel to record what your soundcard is outputting (unless you've got a line out option...that would be better)
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Yeah a line out would work, but it dosnet have that option :/

Bit of a crappy sound card really! should of got the sound blaster Xfi while i had the chance!

Owell...

Just wondering if there was some software to do it or not?

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