Is ther a way by which I can record TV programmes on to my laptop fo seeing later- if there is let me know how to go about it and what cables connections are needed- I am using a Dell Inspiron laptop and have a Samsung LCD TV.
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make sure, that this function is available on your computer..... I assume you mean TV programme.... you have tv box kind of thing either on, or connected to computer... if so there is software, that allow you to do so..... if not, you still can use Microsoft Windows Media Center..... play with it.... it's there
I don't know. All serial numbers that are in use are recorded and stand the risk of the programme crashing as the manufacturer will see more than one machine is using it. It is safer to purchase a serial key.
The easiest way, in my view, is to purchase a TV Dongle. You then will be able to view, record and edit TV programmes and burn them to disc if you so desire. The TV Dongles are available from ebay and most good electronics outlets from £12.00 including software. Hope this helps.
Generally laptops from 1990-2005 had speakers that functioned as a microphone. Later laptops had a microphone port. Easy way to tell is look on the sides of your laptop, and by your headphone jack will be another port- that would be your microphone port. If you do not, go to accessories and pull up the sound recorder- if you see a sound response when you hit record and talk at your system, your laptop speakers are acting as a microphone.