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Sound prablam with my pc. if i paly the adio file.

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Hey,

>Go Into You System Maitnence (Control panel) and see if it is there under sound!!

>If Not There, When turning on ur computer press Alt+F10 and it will restore to factory mode!!
Please Note: BACKUP YOU OTHER FILES YOU WANT!!


This is because of limewire or some program you have downloaded!! :D

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