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I recently just fixed a problem with a video card after I took it out and used some compressed air to clean it out

When I plugged it back in, I noticed my speakers were making a distorted crackling sound when I was watching a video on youtube with Chrome. I was assuming at the time it was my speakers, so I unplugged them and plugged them back in. Now the computer isn't detecting it anymore, it turns on but it's not doing the sound. On top of that, I found out the sound is still crackling and so forth through my headphones. I tried using Firefox, and I noticed the audio doesn't crack or slow down, nor does the video. However, even on certain games like League of Legends the sound isn't coming through at all.

I've updated my sound card (Which is the motherboard, I can't replace it due to it being attached.) and my video card (Nvidia GeForce GT 220) and to no avail I cannot find a single solution. I did a Memory check, and Disk Check and nothing came up. I cannot figure out whats wrong at all. Here's my DxDiag.


Edited by Octopicake, 03 January 2013 - 02:41 PM.

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