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AUDIO O/P SOUND CHANGED SUDDENLY

I use headphones for my pc. the audio o/p was just fine a couple of days ago. it has suddenly changed into a blurry , deep sounds coming for any sound. there is no prob with the head phone.
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How about trying with its internal speakers ?
if it works fine then the sound output jack-port have a problem.
If not working then try to re-install your audio drivers.
If still not having good result even if you re-install your operating system, you should go to repair center since you have a hardware failure.

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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