Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
In windows, go to device manager and see if any red cross or exclamation mark symbols are displayed next to an audio-related asset. if so, right click on the device and choose 're-install driver' from the dropdown menu. if your XP pro is well up-to-date, the device driver should be installed automatically after clicking 'next' a few times.
if there is no problem there, it is advised to go to the control panel and checking all the settings for audio devices, to see if none of the channels have been muted or even disabled.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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