How to set up recording with a microphone in Windows XP Let’s proceed step by step.
recording in Windows 1 Double-click on the volume icon below in the system tray.
recording in Windows 2 Up pops the volume control dialog box. Click on Options.
recording in Windows 1a Or, as an alternative, Go to Start.
recording in Windows 1b Then Programs
recording in Windows 1c Then Accessories,  followed by Entertainment
recording in Windows 1d Finally, click on Volume Control.
recording in Windows 2 Up pops the volume control dialog box. Click on Options.
recording in Windows 3 Click on Properties.
recording in Windows 4 Microphone is unchecked! Check it. Then click on OK.
recording in Windows 5 Now you see 'Microphone' in  its column to the right. Notice it came by default muted. Uncheck that...
recording in Windows 6 This is how it should be set to record. Put away the dialog box by clicking on the red 'x' in its u...
recording in Windows 7 We are now going to bring up the sound recorder.  Click first on Start.
recording in Windows 8 Click on Programs.
recording in Windows 9 Click on Accessories.
recording in Windows 10 Then, click on Entertainment. Finally, click on Sound Recorder.
recording in Windows 10 That is the result. You are ready to record, assuming your microphone is ready.
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Recording In Windows

  1. 1. How to set up recording with a microphone in Windows XP Let’s proceed step by step.
  2. 2. recording in Windows 1 Double-click on the volume icon below in the system tray.
  3. 3. recording in Windows 2 Up pops the volume control dialog box. Click on Options.
  4. 4. recording in Windows 1a Or, as an alternative, Go to Start.
  5. 5. recording in Windows 1b Then Programs
  6. 6. recording in Windows 1c Then Accessories, followed by Entertainment
  7. 7. recording in Windows 1d Finally, click on Volume Control.
  8. 8. recording in Windows 2 Up pops the volume control dialog box. Click on Options.
  9. 9. recording in Windows 3 Click on Properties.
  10. 10. recording in Windows 4 Microphone is unchecked! Check it. Then click on OK.
  11. 11. recording in Windows 5 Now you see 'Microphone' in its column to the right. Notice it came by default muted. Uncheck that box, and make sure the volume is turned up.
  12. 12. recording in Windows 6 This is how it should be set to record. Put away the dialog box by clicking on the red 'x' in its upper right-hand corner
  13. 13. recording in Windows 7 We are now going to bring up the sound recorder. Click first on Start.
  14. 14. recording in Windows 8 Click on Programs.
  15. 15. recording in Windows 9 Click on Accessories.
  16. 16. recording in Windows 10 Then, click on Entertainment. Finally, click on Sound Recorder.
  17. 17. recording in Windows 10 That is the result. You are ready to record, assuming your microphone is ready.
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