Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Start - Control panel - Sounds and Audio devices - Click on the "Volume" tab. Check that the device volume is included in your volume control (Advvanced - Options - Properties)
Also check your speaker Volume and Settings.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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