How to record Microsoft SAM into .wav file

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    Question How to record Microsoft SAM into .wav file

    Hi!

    Anyone knows how to record Microsoft SAM voice (the one who reads the text) into a .wav file? I tried with a microphone but I get a lot of noises and it's not ok. Is there any program to do such thing?

    HELP and thanx.
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    Set your computer to record off of WAV, and then open up your program of choice, and click on record. Instead of reading from the mic it'll read from your computer output.

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    Could you be more specific please. I don't know how to set up this.
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    Unhappy

    Please help me!!
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    Have you tried the Windows Sound recorder?

    Start->Programs->Accessories->Entertainment->Sound Recorder

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    1. Double click the VOLUME control on the taskbar (lower-right of your screen)
    2. Option -> Properties -> Recording -> Wave Output -> Ok -> Select wave output
    3. Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> Entertainment -> Sound Recorder
    4. Play whatever you want (e.g. Microsoft SAM or a piano program)
    5. Press the RECORD button ... it will record whatever is being outputted to your sound-card
    6. Save the file as "zeeshan.wav"

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    This wave output should be in the Mixer device right? Well, I don't have it. What now?
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