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Choppy sound problem, very annoying

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#1 Zoooma


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Posted 17 August 2011 - 02:31 PM


I run Windows XP and my knowledge of all things technical relating to computers is kinda basic
. . . but I follow instructions well.

The sound on my computer used to be just fine.

About 6 weeks back I had the Hello4 virus that was all cleaned up here by one of you wonderful folks!

Since that whole process to clean out that virus and fix other misc things, my sound has been choppy.

I tried re-installing a Realtek driver but that did not fix it.

Can this possibly be fixed with your assistance?

I'd truly appreciate the help to get a clean sounding computer again!


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#2 Dave225


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Posted 17 August 2011 - 03:51 PM

Is the sound always choppy ? Need to isolate - so are you saying you have "choppy" sound from playing back a music cd?
Or is it just from playing audio / video clips from the internet, etc.

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