I suspect there is a simply explanation, but the Sound Recorder does not record, neither does any other Sound software.Is the some box to be ticked somewhere?I am running Windows XP Media on a ACER Aspire 5630Thanks in anticipation
Click on the speaker icon in the Notification area to open Volume control, check the mic is not muted.
You'll have to click on the Volume icon as Graham suggests and then Options>Properties>Record button and ensure that Mic and what other inputs you require are ticked.
Don't forget to also ensure that in the Recording rather than Playback menu that Mic is not Muted.
Thanks folks for replying but I notice that the record section is greyed out.I should say that I have had it working in the past.My sound card is a Realtek HD Audio
What did you do leading up to it? Perhaps you've lost the correct driver for the device? I can't see why it'd stop recording, otherwise.
I presume it's onboard sound?Have you checked from Start>Settings>Control Panel>Sounds and Audio Devices that the Realtek audio device is Enabled as the Default under the various tabs?
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