Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
This is any suggestion i have for u :)
install your sound driver manually.
go to control panel -->doble click system->click device manager->right click the sound device, update the driver then..
(check the ethernet controller is that working properly?.. if not u need to update or reinstall the device first before update/reinstall any sound device)
good luck 4 u
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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