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Hi,
I had bought this toshiba s-307 laptop which had win XP home edition.
I then partitioned my hard disk and had installed win XP Pro on one drive and win 2000 pro on the other.
Now the win XP pro partition recognizes the sound card and works properly but the win 2000 pro partition doesn't, hence I cannot play any audio stuff on it.

Please let me know if you have ant solutions to this issue.

Thanks
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Thanks a lot..that was so quick and simple..
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