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Sound Card C-Media cmi8738


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marcelamadeira

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I instaled driver of my sound card C-Media cmi8738 (onboard), but when I hear musics and movies, the sound is cutting. Can anyone help me???

Sorry for my poor English. Im Brazillian. =)
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Firstly, what do you mean by 'cutting'? Is it playing for a few seconds then completely cutting out or does the music seem to 'skip'? Reply with your computers' specs and we'll help you out :whistling:
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marcelamadeira

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Well... I hope you understand my English... =)

The sound plays and, while this is happening, it plays, cuts, play, cuts...
Its like someone put in MUTE and after this, put the volume...
Everytime...

I hope you understand... lol
=)
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And you said you downloaded the latest drivers form the C-media webiste?

Does this only happen when your playing music from a CD or DVD in your drive, or does it also happen when you play music thats stored on your computer (such as mp3 files in My Music folder)?

--Chris
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Well.. I think I downloaded the latest driver form the C-media webiste... date 7-16-2002
And it also happen when I play music thats stored on my computer (such as mp3 files in My Music folder)...=)
But I use Windows 98... and it is not Windows 98 SE...
This can be a problem???
Maybe, you think... I could install Windows 98 SE and see... if its works ok???

Edited by marcelamadeira, 19 October 2006 - 06:01 AM.

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There should be no difference between 98 and 98 SE with regards to your sound cutting in and out. Have you tried different speakers? You might have faulty speakers. Try plugging in a pair of headphones or a different set of speakers just to test it out and see if you have the same problem.

--Chris
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marcelamadeira

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I have the same problem with another speakers ou headphones...
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