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Audio static caused by video card?


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Mercenary

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Hey folks. I recently purchased a Radeon 9250 128 meg PCI video card with the TV out option. The picture quality is great but I get static on the audio. It doesn't matter if I put the sound through my PC speakers or my home stereo speakers, the audio static is still there.

Any thoughts as to why?

Any help greatly appreciated.

P.S. I mistakenly bought this PCI card instead of a AGP card. I thought all I had were PCI slots but I found out that my video card slot is AGP :tazz: Is this my whole problem?

Thanks again.
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