Compaq Deskpro En 1000  Audio plays to fast. Need a softpack from Hp/Compaq can't find it. please help

Posted on 2006-05-24
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
I have a compaq en 1000 running windows 2000 sp4.
It plays the audio both internet/cds to fast, sounds like the chipmunks.

I went onto the Compaq/Hp board and they had a posting that said use
Soft Pack # 15082.  Well I can't find it anywhere.

Can someone please help or point me in the right direction.
Question by:paulbarstool
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    If you go here and download and install the software manager, you can then run that and install all of the fixes you need for your PC.

    Good Luck


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