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Maybe windows used generic drivers for your sound card

Sound Card could be on its way out and may need a new one.

Also could be the audio your listening too.

I would start with finding out the make and model of your soundcard and downloading the current drivers via the web and installing them.

Posted on Oct 25, 2008

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