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By nyflyer ·
I recently moved my computer to a different location. When I rehooked everything up I started getting a problem with my sound. I have sound but it is almost like an echo or the sound is trying to be repeated everytime there is one and it is quite annoying. I checked all the drivers and they all seem to be fine. I even tried plugging the speaker wire into another out connection but that didnt work. It just lowered the sound significantly. I have never seen this kind of problem before and was wondering if anyone one else has. And if so how do you correct it. I am using Win XP Professional and am up to date on the updates. I also have 256k ram and it is an AMD Athlon 800 MhZ. If there is any other info you need please let me know. Thanks

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by housedoc1800s In reply to Sound Problem

this may sound simple but by moving the tower your sound card may be lose in the motherboard open the case and carefuly press it into the motherboard

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by opatzg In reply to Sound Problem

If the opening pulling the card and reseating it doesn't fix it, try deleting it from devices shut down and have it redetected. Good Luck. Is it a card or onboard?

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by dmiles In reply to Sound Problem

If the system is near other electronic devices or equipment ,it is most likely a inteference from the cables or equipment.

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by maholtz In reply to Sound Problem

I have experienced this same issue. It only gave me the echo in a few programs, but was fine in others. After extensive troubleshooting I uninstalled the sound driver. Then I hacked the registry to make sure it was gone. I downloaded the latest version of the driver and installed it. Echo was gone. Not sure exactly was part of the sound driver became corrupt, but that's how I fixed it.

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