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MAKE SYTEM RESTORE.

START>ALL PROGRAMS>ACCECORIES>SYSTEM TOOLS> SYSTEM RESTORE>RESTORE MY COMPUTER TO ERLIER TIME, (SELECT THE DATE THAT BEFORE YOUR AUDIO STOP WORKING)
IF YOU WANT DESCRIPTION WITH PICTURE VISIT HERE.

http://laptop-driver.blogspot.com/2008/09/system-restore.html

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