Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Try out with few steps as follws:
Lets start from Basic steps.
1. Try if the Volume setting are proper in the volume properties.
2. open device manager and see if there is a bang on it.,
3. If there is some "Exclamation" mark OR ""Question Mark" next to your audio device name, in the device manager, Update your Audio Driver...
Hope that works...
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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