Question about Dell Inspiron B130 Notebook
Hey, seems the choppy sound is due to the revision of some systems firmware with the TSST drives, on my system I downloaded what is touted as a Server update for the TSST TSL462C the file was R147358.exe, if flashed the CDRW/DVD combo drive and viola, it seems that 99% of the audio skipping is gone, don't know about other drives, but the Sigmatel driver on my system is version 184.108.40.20695 if I remember I got this driver off the LG site for Notebooks.
Hope it helps.
Steve in Texas
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
Your CPU may be overheating. Try sitting laptop on some legs.
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