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    new Mac mini  sound problem in WindowsXP

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    new Mac mini sound problem in WindowsXP
    I just buy new Mac mini and It work well in OSX but when I use bootcamp to install WindowsXP SP3 I found big problem with my speaker.

    When I select Cirrus Logic HD Audio divice ..
    Sound is out put in mono when I check in Volume Control Speaker can change balance left/right well but in Wave column when I change it just output sound from left or right from my file but in both speaker.

    With HDMI Device(NVIDIA High Definition Audio) connect to tv and check with same method it work what it should be...


    It would be better if I can use Cirrus Logic device
    somebody help me please. T_T

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    new Mac mini  sound problem in WindowsXP
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    Make sure you update your copy of Boot Camp. Download Boot Camp 2.2 from the Apple site. Note: You must first install Boot Camp 2.1 before 2.2 can be loaded. And... important! The updates are done from within Windows.

    Regards.

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    new Mac mini  sound problem in WindowsXP

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    I already use the latest Boot Camp 3.1 (from OSX OS Disk) T-T

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    new Mac mini  sound problem in WindowsXP
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    OK, it would have been better if you stated which version of OS X you were using to begin with. That would have saved time recommending Boot Camp downloads that you do not need.

    The sound is controlled through Windows by the driver which was installed from your Snow Leopard DVD. I would use whatever it defaults to. You should be getting stereo sound from your headphones and speakers.

    The only thing I can suggest it to open the sound control panel in Windows XP and make sure all the settings are correct and you have nothing muted. Also check the sound balance controls.

    Regards.

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