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Old 11-18-2005, 01:02 AM   #1
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Simple, I have the original sound card in my computer still, and I have always gotten that annoying interference in the backround sounds, cackling and what not as you open programs and load programs. I am finally sick of it.
What will fix this?
And don't tell me a smaller pulley
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is the audio onboard or is a seperate card, if its onboard get a pci sound card and that should fix ur probs
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a smaller pulley!


Either a new sound car or there is interference. What kind of monitor do you have? and I'm being serious.
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just throw a pci sound card (even a cheap one from wallys world) in and disable the onboard. Much better quality than the C-Media or Soundmax integrated.

The same goes for if it is a PCI sound card
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Is the crackling and interference constant and does it come from all the speakers? How many speaker do you have? Does it happen if you're just playing a music CD? Before you throw money into a new sound card, try using headphones instead of speakers (plugged into the same jack the speakers are in), and make sure your sound card drivers are up to date. If it is a time for a new sound card, they're typically not that expensive.
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