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Solved: Audio is skipping

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by criket, Aug 24, 2009.

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  1. criket

    criket Thread Starter

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    I have a Toshiba Satellite A105. Just one day the audio starting to "stuttering". When any software that is using audio "sound, speech, games, music" even just XP. I have updated all the drivers. I have deleted and reinstalled : Windows Media Player 11, Adobe Flash Player 10 Active X, and
    RealTex High def audio driver. I could not find any virus or spyware.

    Can you help me stop this head ache.:confused::mad:
     
  2. aka Brett

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    is your machine running fine otherwise?
    is your processor pegging?
     
  3. criket

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    everything is running fine. What do you mean as "pegging"
     
  4. User38732

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    pegging refers the your cpu is running maxed out and it is having to think about playing the audio in between other othre processing
     
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    i came across your problem once before. I was able to resolve it by removing all audio related devices and letting the computer find them again. Otherwise, I hate to suggest, there always a system restore.
     
  6. criket

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    I did not want to but just restored my computer. Everything is fine now.
     
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