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Need MIDI support


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I recently had to replace my hard drive and RAM and install Windows XP, and now I am not able to play MIDI files (WAV and MP3 work fine.) The trouble is, I don't know what exactly to look for. I've tried updating and reinstalling the drivers for my sound card, to no avail. There are no options listed in the Sounds and Audio menu of the Control Panel for MIDI playback.

I'm running Service Pack 2 on a Pentium 4 2.50 MHz, with a Realtek AC'97 sound card.
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A repair installation fixed this problem.

There's nothing more to see here, move along...
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I guess i have the same problem, but i dunno what to do, you solved it, tell me what did ya do?
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