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Flight Simulator 2004 audio issue

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Hello. A friend of mine lend me Flight Simulator 2004, pretty cool game (i haven't played it since the 1998 version) but i'm having an issue with sound.
In flight school mode (when there's an instructor that guides you pilot the plane) i can't hear de instructor's voice, i can hear every other sound but not the instructor's. This is very weird. I've also checked that the instructor's voice was enabled in sound options.
I've googled around but couldn't find a solution to this. I also applyed the patch available at Microsoft's site (the one that updates to version 9.1) but that didn't help.

I'm running Windows XP SP2, my motherboard is an Asrock P4VM800 with integrated sound which is, CMedia CMI9761 6 channel AC'97 audio codec

Does anyone know if there's a way to fix this issue?

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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