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Hi. Since I installed a new network card for wireless internet the audio on my pc has started stuttering. It doesn't matter whether it is an mp3 or a film the audio won't play smoothly. I've got no problem with the video.
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I've browsed around the internet. It seems to be a problem between Linksys N-type adapter and Vista. Dell seem to have a solution for it but I can't find it anywhere on their site. Perhaps you guys can help me find it. I would be very grateful.
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What is the make and model number of your computer?

What is the model number of your Linksys N-type adapter?

Which version of Vista, (Starter, Home Basic, Home Basic N, Home Premium, Business, Business N, Enterprise, Ultimate), and 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64)?
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My computer is Fujitsu Siemens Scaleol, Intel Celeron D CPU 3.33 GHz. I'm using Vista Home 32 bits Home Edition.

My adapter is Linksys Ultra range plus wireless-N PCI adapter with dual band model no. WMP600N.

I hope I've given you enough information.
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Edited by SpywareDr, 27 April 2010 - 01:05 AM.

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Edited by SpywareDr, 27 April 2010 - 01:12 AM.

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This is what I would try:
  • Uninstall the adapter from All Programs and Device Manager.
  • Turn off the computer.
  • Move the card to a different slot.
  • Boot up.
  • When the Hardware Wizard discovers the card, insert the Linksys Setup CD and select "Install the software automatically (Recommended)".

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That's exactly what I did SpywareDr after contacting the helpdesk of Linksys but it didn't help. I first tried if my sound was ok without the adapter and it was.
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