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Make sure the audio device is enabled in the device manager, if it is try using the device manager to resolve your sound problem's by updating the driver, or it may be a conlficting issue with the driver, the device manager should show if the device is wroking properly, if it is'nt try using the troubleshooting tab to resolve the problem, it could be configured wrong, or you may need to do a window's update, if you think it's a compatibilty issue here's a link where you can check to see if it's compatible with xp, http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/hcl/default.mspx
The most common solution was this: open device manager click
"system devices" disable "microsoft UAA bus driver for high definition
audio" uninstall "UAA bus driver" make rescan devices (Note: Not all
had this step. You may want to skip it.) D.W. install realtek driver
the realtek driver includes the UAA driver too.Hope this