Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Hi, try this, if not come back to me.
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Go to start button, control panel, system, hardware and
select device manager. Click the + for your sound device and see if there are
any problems, if so it will be highlighted with a yellow? right click your
audio and update your driver. Or go to Google and search for the latest driver
Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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