Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Open control panel and select audio devices. if you see a device listed, select it and enable it. if it doesn't enable due to a driver problem, re-install the drivers. if that fails, un-install and then re-install the device.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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