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This can often be resolved by reinstalling the sound drivers, which may have been corrupted by some application. The drivers can usually be found in a directory on the disk drive somewhere, on restore CD's that may have been supplied with the computer, or by downloading from the manufacturer's website. It's best to get the drivers from the website, since you will get the latest version the manufacturer offers. They may have updated the software to take care of problems. You can also get full details about installation at their site, but it's usually a matter of downloading the driver package and running it.
It's also possible the application you are using to play music isn't working properly with your sound device. Try downloading an updated version if one is available.
A final possibility is that the sound circuitry itself has gone bad. It's not likely, though, and if other WIndows sounds are normal, the hardware probably just fine.
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Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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