When a program or a game is started by multiple users by means of the Fast User Switching feature, that program or game can transfer its sound to the other users. In particular, there can be an overlapping sound when a second user starts the same...
When you install Windows XP Home Edition or Windows XP Professional on a computer that has a C-Media CM8738 Audio sound card installed, Windows XP may not detect the device. Device Manager may show this sound card as an "Unknown Multimedia Device."
When you try to click to turn off an alarm in Plus! Digital Media Edition Alarm Clock, the alarm sound may not turn off as you expect. It may take several mouse clicks on to stop the alarm sound. You may also receive an access violation error message.
When you try to use the speakerphone or play a voice message by using an NEC internal data/fax/voice modem, there may not be any sound. Device Manager displays an exclamation point in a yellow circle for the NEC internal modem.