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Here are a couple steps to try before going any further. Let me know if this helps. I haven't used XP in a few years so the steps may be a little off. Go to the start menu. Select Control Panel. Select System. Select Device Manager. In the list there will be an menu item called Sound with a + symbol next to it. Click the + sign. There will be a list of sound devices on your computer. Don't be confused this program tells us what parts are in your computer and what drivers (the programs that make these parts work) are installed.
Are there any ! marks or X's? These indicate a problem with these devices.
Usually in an older pc we expect a driver problem or device error.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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