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kennyrodg

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Hi all.
i was told to post this in the tech section by EMERALDNZL.
i originally posted in the security section after my problems with all types of Audio playback including CD,DVD and using AOL :blush:after a trojan infection.Hopefully i have the all clear but my problems persist with the aforementioned.

Firstly AOL takes and age to load,move between emails,pages etc,sometimes a few minutes in the worst cases.I keep getting a message to say "AOL is not responding" until it catches up with itself.The worst of my problem though is the Audio.I use my laptop for all my music.As both myself and my son are learning to play instruments its a real pain.
All audio sounds like it's going through a phaser.Theres a total lack of midrange in the sound and vocals are inaudible.When i go into the main sound control section and move the WAVE balance to either the left or right the midrange comes back but distorted and the Bass dissappears.Move the WAVE balance back to the middle and its the phaser effect again. :)
If you guys can give me some pointers here i'd be very gratefull indeed.
thanks in advance,
pete. :)

Edited by kennyrodg, 30 May 2008 - 10:24 AM.

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SORTED NOW.THANKS
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