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slow and poor sound

by ferk / October 26, 2003 6:48 AM PST

I recently re installed windows xp on my EMACHINE computer. It is a 1.8 AMD ATHOLON upon reinstllation. everything has worked fine but the sound and video. The sound is extreamly slow. I have tried updating the drivers, adjusting the speed in windows media 9,WOW effect,and drop kicking the puter out the window...HELP

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Re:slow and poor sound
by HerbChong / October 27, 2003 7:54 AM PST
In reply to: slow and poor sound

what do you mean by slow sound and when does it happen? how much RAM do you have on your computer?

Herb....

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On-board sound card and slow sound
by danag42 / February 2, 2005 6:23 AM PST
In reply to: slow and poor sound

On some MSI motherboards, after the sound driver gets updated it's necessary to clear the CMOS and reset the BIOS.

First turn off the computer. Then clear the CMOS using the jumpers on the motherboard. You'll need to check your manual for exactly how to do this.

Then replace the jumper in its original position. Turn on the computer. You will have to re-set the BIOS if you have any custom settings. The sound should work.

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