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im not sure if im posting this in the right place so, my apologies. i am running windows 2000 professional. i had the computer re-formatted a couple of months ago. since then all the audo/vidoe playback is played as if its slightly faster than normal. all songs sound like chipmonks and a minute video or song will last about 40 seconds or so. can anyone help me resolve the problem? i dont know where to start. i tried disableing the sound card, reboot, enable the sound card, then reboot again and still the same problem....thanks guys (and gals) for any and all help,

windows 2000 professional
dell optiplex gx 240
(work computer)
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