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I have a presario V5000 and the internal speakers are producing a scratchy sound quality. How do I troble shot the problem?
Have you tried with headphones? Scratchy WITH heaphones. Reinstall driver. If it's NOT scratchy with headphones. Either your speakers are blown, (which usually doesn't happen), you need to reinstall your sound card drivers, or bad settings. Double click sound horn. Turn some volumes haflway, or mute sound channels you aren't using. Options Properties will let you show ALL sound properties. Ctrl+S makes the sound properties half size.
ReInstall Drivers: Start - Settings - Control Panel - System - Device Manager, Expand Sound Controllers, Right Click on your sound card, Click Uninstall. Reboot and reintall.
Might ask to reinstall automatically. Thats fine. Install then reboot. I prefer to cancel the install until I have rebooted. But both ways tend to work.
Hope you don't have to change your speakers. Need to pull your mobo to get to em. Instructions here pg. 5-55
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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