Question Labtop volume feature gone

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I used to have an old Toshipba labtop. I used to record things on the labtop with a free sound recorder. While it was recording I could turn the volume off so it wasn't loud in the room, but it can still record in the labtop. No other labtop I know off has this feature. So two questions, is this some rare thing? Second if it's not rare, how do I set the settings to do this on a new labtop?
 
I used to have an old Toshipba labtop. I used to record things on the labtop with a free sound recorder. While it was recording I could turn the volume off so it wasn't loud in the room, but it can still record in the labtop. No other labtop I know off has this feature. So two questions, is this some rare thing? Second if it's not rare, how do I set the settings to do this on a new labtop?
That's up to sound driver to regulate, has nothing to do with it being a laPtop or desktop. If Windows, go to Control panel > Sound > Recording and uncheck "Listen to".
 
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That's up to sound driver to regulate, has nothing to do with it being a laPtop or desktop. If Windows, go to Control panel > Sound > Recording and uncheck "Listen to".
Well this seems like such an easy solution, and no one has told me this, and im wondering if maybe you took the question in another way, so just to make sure, can you please explain what this does that way I don't waste time, and I don't mess things up? Thank you.
 
Well this seems like such an easy solution, and no one has told me this, and im wondering if maybe you took the question in another way, so just to make sure, can you please explain what this does that way I don't waste time, and I don't mess things up? Thank you.
Right click on Start, choose run and type Control, it will bring you to Control panel. At top right of it where it says "View by", instead of Category choose "Large icons". Than click on Sound and follow my instructions from previous post.
 
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Right click on Start, choose run and type Control, it will bring you to Control panel. At top right of it where it says "View by", instead of Category choose "Large icons". Than click on Sound and follow my instructions from previous post.
Yes but what does this do please? Because I have been told that they do not no other labtop had that feature that the old labtop had that I was refering to...........so just to make sure we are refering to the same thing.............your saying this thing that you wrote...........if I turn the volme down it will keep the recording then?
 
Yes but what does this do please? Because I have been told that they do not no other labtop had that feature that the old labtop had that I was refering to...........so just to make sure we are refering to the same thing.............your saying this thing that you wrote...........if I turn the volme down it will keep the recording then?
It just turns off or on listening to input,. If turned of you will not hear what's is said thru microphone but it will still record it and you will be able to hear all other sounds.
 

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