Accelerated audio and video playback under Win2000.

Audio and Video playback on my pc is accelerated and voices sound like the chipmunks.  This problem even happens with system sounds.  I have the following hardware and software:

Win2000 Pro
Compaq EVO D500 MT
P4 1.7 GHz
DVD/CD-RW Combo

How do I remedy this?
GatorMachineAsked:
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adownsCommented:
Possibly try a windows update ind use microsofts suggested driver for windows 2000. Got to Start/Windows Update
on thier page click product updates, and in the list driver updates would be all the way at the bottom.
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Ben_LCommented:
here is the last driver for you sound card on compaq page

http://www.compaq.com/support/files/evodesktop/us/download/13792.html

try to install this i think this will help.
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GatorMachineAuthor Commented:
Well, my vendor came through for me.  Apparently there is problem with the Intel 815 chipset on a Compaq EVO system when a Win2000 image is applied.  To remedy this all of the drivers need to be uninstalled and re-installed.  I tried it before with the sound and video, but apparently the NIC driver must be removed also.

After reinstallation, all sounds are at normal speed.
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Ben_LCommented:
okey i am happy that you solve the problem..
with or without my driver
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