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Audio problems When I play dvds I can hear all audio but the dialogue. If I change audio streams, all other audio streams work. Is this a simple solution or is there a problem with my software?

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Go to control panel-> open the audio software-> search for the option " Voice Cancellation"-> remove the tick-> apply-> OK. Now play the DVD.

Hope it will work

Posted on Feb 15, 2008

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