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HELP My computer had a virus and it shut itself down, so i had to set everything back up. I had limewire and the speakers worked fine, now i have tried everything I can think of and it still isn't working! Please help me get my music back! I have Logitech x-530 system! Thanks Chris Cobb

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Ok what computers model u have ill get sound card drivers using limewire to play back music sucks use windows player 11 dl from windows update doinga custum scan then add software to left list so u get new stuff in windows what computer moodels do u both have ill help u get sound going with windows xp corect

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