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Notes in Guitar Pro 5 do not sound


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#1 youvemademestronger

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Posted 18 April 2009 - 06:18 AM

I have installed this Guitar Pro(hacked version) long ago through a link given by a friend. It was working well for so long.

I unsubscribe on my broadband for a short while(i asked the company to cut the broadband service). My software is still working even without internet connection. But when i subscribe again to the broadband service, the Guitar Pro seemed not to work well. I reinstalled the software but nothing happened, the same problem is encountered.

The details of the problem:

When i play the tablature of a song, the notes are moving but no sound is produced. I also checked the audio settings but there's nothing wrong in it. There is also no problem with the audio device because i can play songs in my Media player.

What do you think is wrong with my Guitar Pro? Thanks! By the way, its version is 5.2.

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Posted 18 April 2009 - 09:45 AM

Guitar Pro(hacked version)


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