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Soundcard device problem

Windows media player cannot play because there is a problem with my sound device.

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Please..go to my computer icon in your desktop then RIGHT click, choose propertis. Choose Tab HARDWARE click DEVICE MANAGER.then select items :audio, video and game controlel. Ceck if there are sight ( ! ) or ( ? ) in your audio device name, right click then choose UPDATE DRIVER. Click NEXT until finish. may be your audio driver was lose..I hope help you

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Is this a sound problem with Windows Media Player 9? If so, I found a thread online which should be of some help. The solution from that site is as follows:
"One thing comes to mind. Open WMP, go to Tools, Options, Devices and wait till the window populates. Then highlight Speakers and click the Properties button.
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For the full thread, go here: http://www.windowsbbs.com/windows-xp/16782-windows-media-player-9-0xc00d11ba-cannot-play-file.html
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I have an Fujitsu Siemens Amilo D7830. I was updating chipsets to the laptop when it bluescreened. I had to reformat the HDD and reinstalled Windows Xp Pro SP2. Since then I have installed every conceivable Windows Update file there is and have updated all other drivers and chipsets. However, my soundcard is no longer working.

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