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Sound coming from speakers is very high pitched

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by aronsof18, Jul 18, 2010.

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  1. aronsof18

    aronsof18 Thread Starter

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    I have a PC windows XP Home.

    My sound jack at the back of my computer doesnt work at all. My jack in the front of the computer changes all the sound that comes from the speakers and makes it very high pitched.

    Please help me fix if not both jacks, then just one. I really need the sound.

    Thanks
     
  2. cwwozniak

    cwwozniak Trusted Advisor Spam Fighter

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    The computer specs in your profile only show a laptop computer. I have never seen a laptop with audio jacks front and back. Can you please clarify?
     
  3. aronsof18

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    Sorry about that.
    My profile is refering to my laptop. However, I also have a PC computer. Its a Gigabyte motherboard.
     
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    Have you double checked the wiring from the front panel jacks to the motherboard?

    It might not hurt to re-install the latest sound controller drivers?

    Do only certain things like the audio from music player software, the sound of a movie, or the Windows system sounds have the high pitch or do all sounds have the problem?

    Does the sound seem to play at normal speed or sound like it is playing faster.

    If you give us the exact model number and revision level of the motherboard, someone else here may be able to provide more detailed assistance in resolving the your problem.
     
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