Like someone asking if you know where the fire extinguishers are…and won’t tell you why.
Why would you revert to a System Image?
Yeah, “wont”…right…what questions have you asked that I refused to answer?
I reverted from Win10, because sucks in air Creator’s Update, I think it was, decided to suck 5GB on C: (an SSD, with about 5GB remaining, that I had JUST finished cleared up), install things for which I had no use or interest, without asking, and other things I no longer remember. In trying to roll back the update, the start button and associated functionality disappeared completely, even after reboot and several attempts at fixing (including a thread on answers.microsoft.com)
I don’t know what all bits of information are important, but will happily answer questions. Please don’t imply that I’m being secretive.
Where is the soundcard getting it from? Podcast? Surveillence track? Skype?
I’m trying to record multiple separate sounds from an application, for comparison purposes. I’ve never had to distinguish between sources like that, if it comes out the speakers, I can record it directly.
I think that’s normal. Data management halts when the stream stops.
Interestingly, as soon as I posted this, it started sporadically doing one way or the other. I opened it just now, expecting pauses, and it happily records silence. I’ve tried messing with the Recording Device pulldown, and the Sync-Lock Tracks button, but if either of those caused the change, they aren’t appearing to change it back.
So if you record a short silent track and then Shift-R (Append Record), it works just fine? That sends me back to the original question. Why were you doing heavy system maintenance.
Yeah, it just continues recording as if I never stopped it.