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Your computers sound drivers are either missing or corrupted. Or you might have installed an application like Adobe Audition that takes up a lot of system resourcess and causes resources conflicts. The best thing to do is go to your device manager [right click 'My Computer' and click Manage] when the Computer Management console opens click 'Device Manager' and expand that 'Sound, Video and Game Controller' your sound device is usually located there. Make sure non of the icons have an exclamation mark [this represents a resources conflict] or a question mark [this represents missing drivers] next to them. If any do, you could access the properties of the device and click 'Update Drivers' [you'll need to have an active internet connection for this.
While there one thing you could do right-click your audio device and select the uninstall option. Since most computers support plug-and-play, simply click the 'Scan for hardware changes' button on your tool bar to reinstall the device. This sometimes solves the problem. Otherwise you might just have to reboot the computer
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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