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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by trevor1, Feb 18, 2003.

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  1. trevor1

    trevor1 Thread Starter

    Nov 3, 2002
    OK heres my problem,when i am playin music in win media player and im in the internet browsing when i scroll it makes a horrible sound, the sound is like my music but distorted.any suggestions?
  2. dagiftolife@

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    Dec 29, 2002
    update your sound drivers or you may have to mute the microphone in the volume settings panel.
  3. Flrman1


    Jul 26, 2002
    Well trevor1 I certainly hope someone can help. I have had the same problem for quite some time and have posted about it here a couple of times and as of yet haven't found an answer. I am just curious as to what your system specs are ie: soundcard,mobo (including chipset ie: via or intel) ,OS etc... I have done a lot of searching the net for a solution and have found out a few things. It appears from my research that it is some kind of conflict between PCI on VIA Chipset motherboards and Soundblaster PCI cards. I have seen a lot of references to something called a PCI Latency patch for VIA chipset boards but really don't know much about it or if it will fix our problem. I am not an IT tech just a Home/Business PC user so all I know about this stuff comes from places like this forum. I tried moving my soundcard to different PCI slots but it did not help. Maybe you can find out something that I have been unable to. Here is a link to my thread.


    If anyone can help me determine if there is a PCI Latency patch for myboard that will correct this for me it would be greatly appreciated. My chipset is VIA VT8361 Apollo KLE133.

    And yet another on the same topic.


    Good Luck!
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