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Can not record internal sounds on my pc

I am trying to record the music off of a m-peg file using nero and/or roxio recording programs, when i bouble click my speaker icon, get the channel inputs and open property i only have a playback buttom. there is no record buttom to select so i can't record. what do i do?

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Try other software i think the nero cannot record mpeg files or may be the files not supported. so the record is disable

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