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Sound of pc messing up .


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#1 im abcd

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Posted 14 January 2013 - 12:45 PM

So , I have been having this strange problem for quite some time . Whenever I play music on my pc , sometimes the sound becomes low , sometimes it becomes high , it becomes hoarse etc . Basically the sound fluctuates from the original sound levels and then after sometime it is automatically back to normal . This cycle keeps on taking place .

What could be the problem ?

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Posted 14 January 2013 - 07:27 PM

If its connected by external speakers on laptop, use the built-in. If its a desktop using external speakers, try another set or a headphone to check on the difference. Another thing is updating/reinstalling the sound driver. If its a sound card, it could be a faulty or the connections might be loose on the audio port. A damage port or speaker cable is also possible. Check on the hardware and driver part first as more members may chime in for additional suggestions. :thumbup2:

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#3 im abcd

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Posted 21 January 2013 - 01:52 AM

Sorry for the late reply , had exams and yes it is connected to external speakers on my desktop . I have updated the drivers so that's not the problem . The next time I get the sound error , I will connect my headphones to see the difference . :thumbup2:

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