Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC
Posted by Anonymous on
You need a driver most likely. You can find the type of sound ard that you have by going doing a right click on "Your Computer" and selecting properties. After properties, select the hardware tab. On the hardware tab, select device manager. Select sound and see what type of card you have. You can then go to that providers site and download the correct driver.
Another possibility is that your speakers have become disconnected. Check to make sure that the wire is connected.
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