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    Default Please point and laugh.

    Thinking it was spyware, I deleted whatever it is my computer used to play sound.

    Pointing and laughing yet?
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    The sound card driver?

    Add/Remove Hardware in the control panel and autodetect it. If that doesn't work, then cancel out, got to the manufacture site of your computer and try to find a driver installer for your model.
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    Tried. Failed. Arkie said to do a system restore or whatever... and I did, but then my computer crashed every time Windows opened. So... I think my dad reinstalled Windows, but now I'm back to reorganizing all files. Yay. ^_^

    But yeah, I just thought that was REALLY dumb of me to do.
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    I'd say system restore works maybe... 15~20% of the time.

    Oh well, glad it's working (sorta). :P
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    system restore doesn't really work if the sound system is messed up. sometime, the only warning you git is a sound that you know u didn't do.

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    No, it worked for the sound thing. After, some files on another account couldn't be accessed.... so my dad did something again (system restore, maybe?) and we've had to take it in for fixing. =P With multiple backups and backups within backups, we lost all the space we had to re-install Windows XP.

    So... no advice needed now except When There Is A Problem, Do Not Use System Restore - Find A Way To Deal With It. Or Else. Just writing this as a follow-up to my computer problems.

    At least I know they're my fault~
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    well, try system restore when you don't know what he hell is wrong... doesn't hurt and you can always reverse it. :P
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    system restore has its uses. I've fixed many computers simply by performing a roll back (especially after a bad install by a windows update). If you had accidently deleted someof the files needed by your sound card. I would've tried to, reinstall the drivers. If that failed, Unistall all of the soundcard software and try again.

    All I can say to digi doing that... Oops

    That and, *point and laugh*

 

 

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