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sound like display driver resolution needs to be changed, go to control panel display and change resolution try to put same resolution as pc if video board can support resolution change should take care of problem
Playing through the USB port can cause all sorts of "problems" also ensure NO other software is competing for the CPU time. It is always best to play work on use, anything or file, from the actual hard drive. simply copy the files to the HD, and use them from there Also more RAM is always beneficial Also make sure you have the most up-to-date Codecs installed too.
whatever player are you using must be having Equalizer in it...try adjusting that [keep that down to a minimum].
Check the program for your audio device...some programs have sound options like jazz,rock,pop these are predefined equalizer changing these could also help.
Try using a different media player like VLC [it's free to download on the web]
Try uninstalling the audio driver and then reinstalling the driver.
It is quite possible that your speaker doesn't match with the Laptop's amplifier or the speaker is gone kaput [a coil problem or something needs repair...but do not repair rather buy a good speaker coz repairing loses the quality].
try finding the equalizer in the sound panel(part of the driver for the built in sound card) . the sliders should all be in a straight line directly across from the "0db" mark. that should solve it. also, disable all the advanced theater effects, they often distort the sound.
There is nothing wrong with your laptop.
If you are copying a cd and trying to play music at the same time, you are pushing the processor power of your laptop or low on memory.
When copying a cd it should rip it without sound to your hardrive, so i assume that your are playing music from your hardrive as well as ripping and this model of laptop i think comes standard with a 1.3ghz processor with 512mb of memory, which can easily be drained when ripping or burning.