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How do I record audio on Windows XP?

How do I record audio on Windows XP?

  1. Make sure you have a microphone or a headset with a microphone connected to your computer.
  2. Open the Windows Sound Recorder located in Program Files/Accessories under Entertainment or MultiMedia (depending on version of Windows).
  3. To begin recording, click the Record button.
  4. Click the Stop button.
  5. Click the Play button.

Why is my computer not recording audio?

To check if the correct one is enabled right-click on the volume/speaker icon from the Windows taskbar and select Recording devices. In the resulting window locate your recording device and make sure it is enabled. If it isn’t you can do so by right-clicking on it and selecting Enable.

How do I enable my microphone on Windows XP?

a) Double Click on Volume Control Icon in your system tray, it will open up the volume control window. Click on Options > Enable Advanced Properties. b) Click on Options again> Properties, on Properties window, in Playback option, check the Microphone. c) Select Recording and check the Microphone and press OK.

Why is my windows voice recorder not working?

Run the Audio Troubleshooter When you see that your voice recorder not recording Windows 10, your prime lifesaver is the audio troubleshooter. You have to run the troubleshooter that will automatically run the program and detect the errors.

How do I connect my headphones to Windows XP?

Place your headset into pairing mode. On your computer, click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel. Double-click the Bluetooth Devices icon. Open Bluetooth Settings, and then click Add.

How do I check my sound card Windows XP?

Checking sound card status in Windows XP:

  1. On the Windows taskbar, click the Start button, then Settings, then Control Panel, then System. (
  2. Click the Hardware tab, and then the Device Manager button.
  3. Click the PLUS SIGN (+) next to Sound, video, and game controllers.

How do you check my microphone is working or not?

To test a microphone that has already been installed:

  1. Make sure your microphone is connected to your PC.
  2. Select Start > Settings > System > Sound.
  3. In Sound settings, go to Input and under Test your microphone, look for the blue bar that rises and falls as you speak into your microphone.

Did Windows XP have Bluetooth?

The original version of Windows XP did not have any support for Bluetooth. When Microsoft released Windows XP SP1 a few years later, it included limited Bluetooth support. But the latest incarnation of Windows XP, SP2, includes excellent built-in support for Bluetooth.

How do I enable my microphone?

Settings. Tap Site Settings. Tap Microphone or Camera. Tap to turn the microphone or camera on or off.