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Attack of the Chipmunk Sound

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Whenever I try to play a CD through the Real One Player, or when my children play computer games, the sound is near chipmunk speed. A few weeks ago, my hard drive crashed. A tech at my office transferred my files and reformatted it. At that time, he switched me from Windows XP to Windows NT 2000 Professional. Everything else works fine, but since then, it has been chipmunk city with sound. Strangely, I can burn CDs with no problem. Can anyone help me with this? Thanks. <_<
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