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Troy

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Audio Adapter Creative EMU10K2 Audigy / Audigy 2 Audio Processor


Try visiting this website and click on the button that says Software AutoUpdate. Follow through with the prompts. This should detect your device and update the drivers, if necessary. Let us know if it does update or not, and whether the problem gets fixed.

Cheers :)
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it updated
History Log

01/10/2007, 13:46:51 Creative MediaSource - NOMAD Pack for Creative NOMAD Jukebox/Jukebox C (version 1.01.04)
01/10/2007, 13:45:40 Gracenote Update for Creative applications
29/09/2007, 17:26:54 Audio Console 1.20.56

still crackling tho...

Edited by Pantrwrstl, 01 October 2007 - 11:54 AM.

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I just realized with my speakers that I had problems with a possible solution. What I did is I mad a call with my cell phone and it started to crackle. I waved the phone in different places and it started up and got stronger and stuff. So try taking your cell or any device close by and wave it around. Really weird but cool.
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With my own problem coming back I remeber exactly what my volume control problem was....

Open up Volume Control. Click Options > Properties. Under "adjust volume for" select recording. Select "line in".

Help at all?

Edit: My cell phone causes that frequently as well but I believe that it is the monitor and not the speakers that it messes with.

Edited by Titan8990, 01 October 2007 - 08:33 PM.

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well its fixed, i clicked mute under the volume controls for line in and cd audio and it seemed to stop, will those being muted affect any any sort of play back? and thanks for your help everyone, i really appreaciate it
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Don't really know until you try it and tell us, if you don't use line in and cd audio, then it should be fine.
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