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How can you record a sound your computer is playing from within your computer.  I.E. there is a DOS game (in Win 95) that has no .wav, or .snd files in it's folder, so you want to record the music the thing is playing.  Short of connecting to a stereo, and then reconnecting to yor PC to create a wav, is there another way? And what shareware or other software do you recommend?
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I think only way is connect line out with line input, then run
any recording software (like Wave Studio from Creative), switch to
DOS game back and ... record. What a game you want to rip ? Maybe
there other ways to do it ?
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