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#1 siouxdax

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Posted 03 November 2007 - 02:53 PM

I have a Toshiba Satellite A105-S4074, and absolutely adore it, except for one itty bitty problem. When I play an audio CD on it, small pops can be heard from the speakers and the music is slow. I have determined that the pops are not emanating from the drive, so it's not physical. It does this with any audio CD.

I have tried using a CD-ROM of some sort to see if the drive itself were running slow, but it worked just fine.

FYI, I use Windows Media Player to play CDs (I know, I know, but it's what works for me. Well, erm, kinda at the moment. LOL).

Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated.

EDIT: It plays at normal speed on VLC Player, but the 'pops' are still present.

Edited by siouxdax, 03 November 2007 - 03:01 PM.

Kind Regards,
Daniel in Tulsa
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#2 mike b

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Posted 03 November 2007 - 08:05 PM

It sounds like your audio buffer and your hardware accelerator setting on your sound card have to be adjusted. If you push the buffer up you will gain a bit of latency, but you will lose the skipping/popping sounds, so there is a trade off so find a happy median with no noises and as little latency as possible.

You can access the settings for your sound card by following this path: Control Panel>Sounds and Audio Devices

Hope this helps :thumbsup:
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