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Sound at double speed?


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Twiztnin223

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:) Hello all!


I am having an issue with my PC at work. Everytime I want to listen to sounds such as streaming audio, my PC plays it back at double speed where everyone sounds like a chipmunk. I have checked other PCs around the office and I am the only one with this problem. I have a dell Optiplex GX240 if that means anything.

Please :tazz:

Thanks!
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gerryf

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remove the device in devicemanager, then reboot and windows will reinstall

start > run
devmgmt.msc
<enter>
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Twiztnin223

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:) I just tried that and it still is doing the same thing. Any other ideas? :tazz:
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gerryf

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install the updated drivers

http://support.dell....=1&fileid=53829
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If the you have a sound card in the pc with similar controls to mine there is a facility to speed up or slow down wav,mp3 audio cd and vcd playback. In mine it's in the EAX consol under Time Scaling.
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