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Gateway Computer 710X Speakers are crackling/popping

I have changed speakers, speaker connection wire, updated sound card drivers, and the crackling/popping still persists. My Gateway 710X sound card is Sound Blaster II Audio with IEEE 1394 Sound Card.

Do you have any suggestions on how to get the crackiling and popping repaired?

Thanks for any help.

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It sounds as if the card itself may be physically bad. or you may have a microphone connected/something in your mic jack and you are picking up noise.

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