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Posted 03 February 2017 - 13:50

In recent versions of Windows,
enable view of the hidden and disabled sound devices.
in your playback and recording audio devices, with a right-click in the device list.

to get to audio devices,
right-click the speaker icon in your task bar clock menu,
or access the sound configuration via the control panel in your start menu.

by right-clicking in the list of recording devices,
and enabling "show hidden devices" and enabling "show disabled devices"
you can enable the internal audio loopback device to record your current playing sound.

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