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Shifting Volume

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Well I am using onboard sound since x fi is giving me a lot of trouble, the on board uses ac97 audio codec. I was able to install it without much problem, however I noticed a few problems with the sound. The volume goes up and down periodically, it just decides to get lounder and quieter, no real pattern and the shift in the volume is not insanely drastic but definitely noticiable. Also when i shut down windows i don't get the sign off chime.
The driver that i installed came from the microsoft website, there is another driver that comes from realtek for the ac97 driver for vista, but i had trouble installing it.
So if any 1 can help me out that'd be great.
Merci Beaucoup
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