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I jusr installed a new Operating system, the Windows last xp v.20. I am still using the old creative soundblaster. It appears that the device was installed but the directsound setting was in error state, hence no sound reproduction

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This is a common xp problem with the sound..goto your manufacturers website and download sound drivers

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