Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
It might be because the Windows Audio service has stopped for some reason. To see if it is stopped, go to Start > Run, type "services.msc" without the quotes, and a window should pop up. Find the Windows Audio service (you can just press W and it should be near there near the bottom somewhere). Make sure it says "started" in the column marked "Status". If it doesn't or says something else such as "stopped" or "disabled", then right-click and hit start. If it still doesn't work after that then try restarting.
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