Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 3 Full Version OEM for PC
Look in your "sounds" or "device manager" . Click on start. click on Control Panel, scroll to Sound and right click on it. It should give you a window that shows you devices. If you have say, Realtek, Right click on that. A window should come up and in that window you should see "enable" or "disable" if it shows enable, click on that. If it says disable thats good leave it alone. If you have a speaker icon in your taskbar at the bottom of your screen you can perform there also by right clicking on that then, click on "playback devices". Anyway, left click on speaker icon and see if your volume is turned up. Hopefully this works for you.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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