OS Name-----Microsoft Windows XP Professional
I use Realtek High Definition Audio. In the Control Panal's Sounds and Audio Devices, Audio Sound Recording Stereo Mix is greyed out. It is greyed out in Realtek HD Audio Input, all of Audio Input is greyed out in Realtek and I don't have a mic. I want to record with Stereo Mix but it is disabled. I looked at this link. http://www.niharsworld.com/2008/05/28/no-stereo-mix-recording-option-here-are-few-solutions/ and
doesn't help me. I know I could get a Audio Splitter but I don't want to do that. I tried looking in the Registry Editor for enabling Stereo Mix but couldn't find the thing for it. I have updated all my drivers. so does anyone know what I can do to get stereo mix enabled and working ? I have searched internet already and no help. my last question about this a person told me , ---
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This doesn't tell me anything at all. It's not any kind of conflict I know of. Windows XP and other systems have their Stereo Mix disabled. I cannot go into Sounds and devices thing and show my disabled devices to enable them like Vista users can.