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Solved: Sound problem - unknown cause

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by AgamemnonIR, Jul 15, 2007.

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  1. AgamemnonIR

    AgamemnonIR Thread Starter

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    Hello

    I bought a new computer a few months ago.

    In the last few days, any audio i've listened to on my computer, has a kind of 'popping' every few seconds. This is very annoying when listening to music, watching a DVD etc.

    I've checked that it is not my headphones or speakers, by plugging headphones directly into the computer and using different headphones and speakers.

    I'm hoping it's a software problem (i.e. can be fixed without having to get a new sound card or take the computer back). The computer has a one year warranty so if it is a hardware problem it would have to be taken back.

    I hope you can help! Thank you! :)
     
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    AgamemnonIR Thread Starter

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    This has been resolved. :)
     
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