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HP Pavilion DV5000 that has an echo in the sound when playing any DVD.
AMD TURION 64
1.5 GHZ 896 RAM
HL-DT-ST DVDRAMGMA 4082N
I am not real computer savvy on these things.
It doesn't seem to make any difference what type of DVD we try it still echo's. It will play a music CD just fine.
The first program we used was Media Player then tried QuickTime and it was the same.
It appears there is a Realtec driver so I updated it and since I have never done anything else to the system I believe that is the only sound card or thingey it has.
I read though the forum on sound. There was one that mentioned an echo and to fix it go to >>MY COMPUTER<< >>CONTROL PANEL<< >>SOUND<< but I could not find it?
If the system has Realtek sound, there may be an icon on your taskbar for a control centre. It usually looks like a small blue set of antlers - it's actually a crab! If this exists, double-click it and you should find a section for Effects - the Reverb option may be checked as active.