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HP DV5000 Speaker problems... Lag??

Okay... So my problem is kinda strange. Sometimes when i'm turning off the laptop the speakers sound all like crackly and laggy. I didnt think anything of it at first just that maybe cause i was turning it off without closing all the programs i was running causing the sound to lag out. But then recently I was on youtube and fail... It started to do the laggy thing but then it'd like stop and then do it again... So I was wondering if it's not the drivers maybe my sound card is failing? Any help would be awesome.

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It may be the speakers are going bad or you may need to update your sound card drivers.Try going to your setting for your sound and make sure the settings are correct.Make sure they are set for laptop stereo speakers with full hardware control.

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