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Voice Recorder Utility


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Chimiti

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I'd like to record a short, quick AudioClip ... 30 seconds or so.
Does Windows XP have a built-in Voice Recorder Utility? If so, where would I find it?

If not, can someone recommend a legit, safe and easy to use one that I can download?
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Click Start > Help and Support, type record in the "Search" box and press [Enter], then click "Using Sound Recorder" in the left pane.
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Great, SpywareDr! :)
How would I find out if I have a Sound Card or at least the circuitry incorporated in my computer's Mother Board? Is it safe to assume that if I can play Audio CDs, I have a Sound Card / Circuitry?
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