I believe that this is possible but how?I have a Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 4 OEM Sound Card and Windows XP.
VoG™ You have to use a sound recorder software, Windows is no good, what I know of it. So it as to be dedicated recorder software Check hear you may find something click here
This is what I use click here
I use Polderbits. Very simple but not free. I think it still comes with free 14 day trial.
Audacity click here will do it I think
Thanks guys - several choices. I am sorted; thanks again.
I'd go with Audacity, VoG. Very good little app.
Just in case you have a trial program at the moment and want to try another, then, as ade.h says Audacity works a treat.Export program to MP3 when your sound import has finished .I already had the program and this link prompted me to try recording a radio program off the Internet - it worked OK.
I go with daconner, Have used it for years. Once you buy the one off license, they upgrade for free. Recording facilities are first class. Cheers, Bill
Vog.I believe your your soundcard has a prog called "Creative Recorder" that came with your software.....look for it in start>programs> creative> creative recorder.If it's not there it might be that you didnt install it initially.....I recommend you install it and give it a go......it's simple to use.
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