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During playing World of Warcraft (WoW), sound cuts out.

Used to be in a guild which used Ventrilo - cut out repeatedly during that. But now not in a guild. Also didn't seem to cut out as much during Teamspeak2. But still cutting out all the time.

Also do not know what the latest drivers are I should download. I have Windows XP home version. Is there a patch for this sound issue?

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