How do I keep the internal sound going but the external sound off?


  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 7
       #1

    How do I keep the internal sound going but the external sound off?


    I call radio programs and I record them by playing a software that records the sound. Now when im on the phone I want to turn off the sound externally so its not playing in the background while im on the phone. But I dont want the sound to be off internally so that it can be recorded. Before u say it cant be done, i had a Toshiba labtop that did this. You can keep the sound going internally but extrenally it let you turn it off....now i have a new labtop...and it does not allow that.

    I know you can plug in something to the headphone jack and thats better then nothing....but...obviously just pressing a button is more practical...plus...i assume if u keep putting something in the headphone jack over and over and over that there is wear and tear on that jack waters

    I know on a desktop u can just have speakers already plugged in and turn them off but this is for labtop
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  2. Posts : 506
    Windows 10 Pro x64, Windows 8.1 Pro x64, Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
       #2

    You do not say what model the new laptop is but what happens if you select mute? Doesn't it have a mute button?
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