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Today I bought a new headset a razer kraken 7.1 surround sound and I installed the drivers I then decided that I did not want this headset for a few reason


So later in the day I plugged my old headset into the front audio jacks and went to watch a music video, I had music but no singing and realtek was detecting my headphones as speakers even though i checked the headphones option, I have uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers about 5 times and even went to my motherboards websight and got the drivers from there cause I was using the ones on my CD and it still is not working right,  HELP ..


Another thing, When I do try to watch a music video or anything like that the video freezes for 10-15 seconds or so before it plays 

Edited by judiah, 15 October 2014 - 06:57 PM.

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By far the simplest fix is to use Windows System Restore to roll Windows back to a point in time when your computer was functioning correctly. It allows you to undo system changes without affecting your personal files, such as e-mail, documents, or photos.

Video: Fixing a problem using System Restore

It's easy to do, only take a minute or two and it can actually be undone.

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