Recently my XP install had a bit of a wobble, and decided to reboot itself over and over, probably because it thought it was funny (though more likely because of issues with the second HDD in the machine). Anyhow, after opening the case, and rejiggering things to work, windows works perfectly again. Upon booting, I opened FooBar and started playing some music, which worked fine. I then opened Thunderbird. However, when an e-mail was received, my mail notification was not played, but rather the PC Speaker beeped at me. Upon checking the system sound settings, this appears... The sound files are still on the hdd. Sound (output) is working perfectly. "Windows Default Scheme" is the only selectable option. I can do absolutely nothing in that window except select the same scheme. I've tried removing, re-installing, and dancing with, the sound drivers, to no avail. help!