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It seems that although Windows XP recognises and uses the Soundblaster16/AWE audio in VirtualPC 2007, Vista and 2003 and 2008  server do not. Anyone know where I can get the drivers for these OSs so that I can have sound in virtual PC ?
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I'll give it a go thanks
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