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Problem with...sound?


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Max321

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Ooookay i'm not sure i'll be able to explain this very clearly but here is it anyway. I just bought a new motherboard for my computer ( Asrock P4i65G). The problem is that with it came a new sound card (duh XD),and for an unknown reason,i can't listen to music now. Whenever i start a song,things goes well for a minute or two and after that it sounds like GWOUFFOWUIEFOI 8-) Well...okay XD After that,i said to myself...the sound card driver must have a problem,so i took the motherboard CD and installed the audio driver...and it still does it...

I know this is very unclear but..that's all i can do..

Thanks^^'
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Some similar problems to look at and get an idea what to do. They helped me.

http://forums.majorg...ealtek no sound

http://www.softwaret...d-problems.html
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Well the problem is not that i have no sound,it is that things work correctly for about 2 minutes,and after that it begins to...grish? I'm not sure of the english word used to describe that...but it just becomes totally distorted...I just don't know what to do...
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If I understand correctly then the sound card is integrated into the motherboard and you installed the audio driver from the drivers cd that you got with the motherboard.

First I suggest that you download and install the audio driver from the internet site of AsRock. Try to play music.

If this doesn't help then check for a hardware problem. Download BurnIn Test from here. Install it and run a test. It's a trial version free for 30 days and enables 15 minutes of hardware scan. Not very long but might discover problems in your sound card or other hardware.
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Problem solved,unistalled and reinstalled the driver ^^' How good it is to listen to music again XD
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Thanks for letting us know.
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