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Hello whenever i play winamp,i get this question...badsoonddriver.pls help

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It is telling you that something is wrong with your sound driver. Download the latest driver from your soundcard manufacturers website and install. Reboot. Hope that helps. Happy holidays.

Posted on Dec 25, 2008

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