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Sound from my proview 466 moniter has become high pitched & tinny

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Dear friend,
u must reinstall the motherboard utility and driver cd for your hardware and your problem will be surely resolve.
thankyou
pradeepkr

Posted on Jun 19, 2008

  • rahul kumar Jun 19, 2008

    Use motherboard driver CD which have all the utilities and sound driver in it and VGA etc.

    place in the cd drive and playit if not autoplay performed by going on the cd drive.
    And one by one click on the topic.
    note: u must install inf.sys file on the system. 

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