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I have been asked to help with a problem involving a Flash Interface.

One of the requirements is a sound device otherwise you cannot select some of the answers in the flash programs.

I have looked for the solution, but everything else revolves around routing audio from an already existing output.

Is there an application, or Windows 7 built in feature that will emulate a sound device. Capturing the output is unnecessary.


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I did a quick google-search and found a few emulation alternatives.

As I haven't tried it, I can't really vouch for it - but it might work?

Google Search:

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thanks, I'll give it a go and see how effective it is – hamhut1066 May 24 '13 at 9:35
This worked perfectly, thanks! – hamhut1066 May 24 '13 at 9:49

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