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You need to copy the sndvol32.exe image from your commercial XP installation media (not a vendor-supplied "recovery" CD-ROM) to the system32 folder by performing the following steps:
Start a command session by clicking on the Start button then clicking on Run. In the Run box type cmd then click OK
Navigate to the CD-ROM drive by typing
or whichever drive letter your CD drive is listed under
Navigate to the i386 folder by typing
Expand the sndvol32.ex_ file by typing
expand -r sndvol32.ex_ %systemroot%\system32
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