How do I install an active mixer device in Windows XP?

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Mixer Devices are devices in a computer that aid in the production of sound and play other types of file formats. To install an active mixer device in Windows XP, reinstall the Windows Audio service by clicking 'Start' and click 'Run.' Then Type 'services.msc' and press 'Enter.'. On the 'Windows Audio' double click on it and select 'Automatic' from the drop down menu.
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1. Click the Windows-logo button on the lower-left-hand corner of the screen. Select "Run" from the Start menu that pops up. 2. Type "services.msc" in the Run
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Install the card into any empty slot with the power unpluged. turn off the sound in the BIOS if you have sound on the present motherboard. Turn on the computer and install the sound
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Check this first--- All mixing devices should either be plug and play and picked up by win95 to use it's driver or you need to install the drivers on the disk that came with your
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How to Activate a Mixer Device
If you experience a problem where your sound card disappears from your sound properties and you can no longer control your volume, your computer's mixer device has stopped working. This problem appears because the Windows Audio service stops on its own,... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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