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Dec 5, 2006
It doesn't do that either. I really wanna watch Naruto

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No, but it detects any hardware you might not have configured with the system.



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Well then did you check device manager?
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http://support.microsoft.com/library/images/support/kbgraphics/public/EN-US/WindowsXP/896530AE.gif
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Well at first i couldn't even play videos becaseu of no sound but then i downloaded divX and the vids worked perfect but there was no sound.
I check all the sound devoces on device manager but it says that they are all working fine.

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Well then did you check device manager?



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Dec 5, 2006
Yeah that comes up but it only finds results for my webcam which i haven't installed yet.

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http://support.microsoft.com/library/images/support/kbgraphics/public/EN-US/WindowsXP/896530AE.gif



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Strange...
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Do you know where i can scan my drivers and see which type of sound card i have and then update that through the manufacturer's website. I used to use headphones before i had my computer repaired and windows re-installed. I have to use headphones casue my speakers are old and can't connect to my new monitor so that's why i have to use headphones.

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Strange...



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Dec 5, 2006
Right click My Computer>properties>hardware tab>device manager>look around for your sound card/built in audio and enable it or uninstall then reinstall. Or just try to update your drivers. Don't bother with Windows troubleshooter. It never helps
PM me if you can decrypt the following:
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Your hint is: "12345" (You NEED this to get it)
Another hint: Encryptor is spelled with a -or, not -er
Another: Where do you go when you need help? Why would I tell you how to spell "encryptor?"
And another: You won't have to leave this browser window to figure it out
Finally someone got it: Congrats to SecretAgentMan on 7/13/07
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Dec 5, 2006
Well you can use PC Wizard, it'll tell you your exact hardware specs and possibly what drivers you have. It's a really good program and it's free.             http://www.cpuid.com/pcwizard.php


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Dec 5, 2006
when i go to Legacy Audio Drivers there is nothing there in the properties. Here's a pic of what i mean. I think there are no drivers for the sound card.


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