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Sound card works for audio but no sound for XP sound files

I use Turtlebeach Santa Cruz sound cards in all of my computers so I am pretty familiar with the cards. One machine has suddenly stopped playing any of the sounds associated with actions in Windows XP -- like logon etc. The card does play stored wav files and audio CD's however. Device Manager says the card is working -- and it is, as I described. If I go to Sounds etc. and select an associated audio file, it appears in the box as it should, but the triangle button to cause it to play is greyed out. I can adjust volume, balance etc. with no problem when playing a wav file or audio, but cannot figure out how to get the XP associated audio files to work as they used to. I have cleared to default and reassociated files with no change.

Any suggestions would be apprciated.

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Have you checked the colume control? maybe you hace something muted on the volume control. Otherwise, I should say go to eventviewer and let me know if you see any errors. Also running windows updates can also work for you or fix your problem...

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