Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
Hi.... I need to ask how to configure my laptop sound system. It is using Realtek High Definiion Audio (laptop showing Altec Lansing brand at the keyboard). Anyway, when I put it to the loudest, it sounded cracking and difficult to hear. I thought with Altec Lansing sound system, it should sound really good and loud.
Appreciate if you could advise me the right setting for my Asus laptop. I just bought it about a week ago.
UMM mell if its making a crackaling sound i hate to say either your sound system is broken or cant handle the song or the clrackiling is in the song its self..... maybe be into your comuter control pannel u might be able to play witht he bass and all to see what it can and cant handle but thats about it sorry, also make shure everything is in the right jack and all.....
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Hi, Vijay, Just log onto the manufacturers website.
Depends on your make of laptop, Dell, Asus ETC.
On the site you will find downloads and support.
Click on this, locate your laptop madel and then your O/S and download the audio drivers you want.
If you are running XP on an old laptop [as I do for my work]
I have found the processor and ram are working at their limit to run XP and do not run the sound system.
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