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VirtualBox 5.1.28 does not give sound in Aros
Posted on 2-Oct-2017 8:39:15
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Joined: 20-Nov-2008
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From: Marston Moretaine, England

Hi All

For all those thinking of using Icaros with VirtualBox, please note that audio has stopped working in the latest VirtualBox 5.1.28, instead use 5.1.26 which works fine.

This has worked for a long time perfectly and I hope they fix it soon as I do not believe it is an Aros issue.

Steve Jones

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