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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sound issues are not with your DVD player, that has to do with your sound card or drivers for the device.
First step is to reload the drivers for your computer, then restart. You may find the drivers for your sound card in the link below for XP:
Be sure to download and install all files under (Audio)
After installing the drivers, make sure to restart the computer back to the desktop. Make sure that the volume is not muted and that the speakers are at adequate volume or that the volume on the computer is set to adequate volume.
If this does not fix the issue, you may have a faulty sound card which needs to be replaced. You may shop around for a sound card on Ebay or a local computer parts store or take your computer to a local computer repair shop so a certified technician can install the device for you.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
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