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#1 Crizz44

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Posted 10 July 2006 - 05:40 PM

My friend has a Sony Vaio desktop. She is having problems with her audio on an online game called Second Life. She was directly connected to a Linksys router last week and the sound worked fine. Her computer was moved into a different room and connected thru a wireless usb adapter to the new Linksys N wireless router. She has Soundmax integrated digital audio.

All other sound works fine. She can go online to other sites and listen to sound just fine, her cd's run just fine, but while in the Second Life game, after about 10 mins. her music gets scratchy, like a radio station that isn't tuned in properly.

The game worked fine with the sound the week before when it was directly connected. This game works with Quicktime. She was told to update the quicktime, but this did no good. Her wireless strength is at 76% .
When she gets on the game her memory usage is exceeding her physical memory by around 200-300 mb.
But, she had the same amount of memory before she moved the computer.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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