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    Recording sound coming out of the PC

    I have this motherboard: nvidia geforce 6150se nforce 430, with its integrated.

    I wish I could record the sound from the pc, that is, for example, the music I listen on Deezer. I could do with my old PC, using Audacity. But with the new, I could not select any registration.

    What to do?

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    Re: Recording sound coming out of the PC

    On what OS your computer work?
    For info, with Deezer, I used "freezer Deezer" here: http://musicfreezer.freehostia.com/

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    Re: Recording sound coming out of the PC

    I have vista basic. I tried other recording software but whenever they ask me to select the device and that is where it stops.

    But I'll try the one you got

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    Re: Recording sound coming out of the PC

    In Audacity, there is a menu with: Microphone, Line Input, Audio CD. Select "Stereo Mixer", click the red circle, recording is started (you can easily check the sound visually appear with oscillations.)

    After recording, File, Export as WAV or MP3 or OGG (before that, you have to install codecs.)

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