Sound Card Problem

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inventoryisfull

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"Plug in USB, sound card goes nuts Problem description: At any given time, I'm using my keboard, mouse, and USB soundcard (Icemat) with no problem. I decided to use my Logitech USB Game Pad the other day, but apparently my sound card(?), or some other USB issue, makes my sound go crazy upon plug-in of any other USB device. Specifically, everything goes very static-robot-voice-like. I've tried with my WACOM tablet and the game pad, both have the same result.

Attempted fixes:
I've googled everything I can think of. I've tried searching for similar problems with Icemat devices, but all I find are CS kiddies who get random sound acceleration (which I've had before as well). I was thinking about tooling around with USB drivers or something, but I don't have enough knowledge / confidence to go tooling around with drivers for hardware attached to my motherboard. The only thing that fixes it is to unplug the new device, restart the PC, and pretend I didn't want to play that game or draw that picture anyway, so there.

Recent changes: I've made no changes to my PC recently that would cause this, as far as I know.

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Operating system: Windows XP Pro
System specs:
Motherboard
ASUSTeK Computer INC.
M2N-SLI DELUXE
Socket AM2
CPU
One Physical Processor / 2 Cores
AMD Athlon 64 X2 6400+ (Windsor)
Socket AM2
3.2GHz Dual Core
RAM
4 sticks of 1gig DDR2 800MHz (G.Skill)
Video Card
Nvidia GeForce 8600 GT 256MB PCI-E (overclocked slightly from factory)
HDD
Western Digital Raptor 10k RPM 140GB SATA
Sound Card
C-Media USB Sound Device, specifically Icemat USB soundcard."

This is a re-post of an old thread, i have the same problem when i plug in my xbox 360 controller.
 
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