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Does it happen with headphones in as well? If not, do you have a built-in-microphone? Sometimes the sound coming of the speakers can be picked up by the microphone, resulting in an echo sound. Make sure that the microphone is off (or test it by covering it up while playing some music), and quit out of any applications that are using it. If you hear it in the headphones as well, it could be a sound card problem, which means it would need replacing. If you don't hear it in the headphones, but hear it in the speakers and don't have a mic, it's either your speakers, or (more likely) your computer just doesn't get along with whatever software you're using to play movies/music.
I was having an issue with using my webcam on my Acer Aspire 6930. I came to this site to try and find a way to solve my problem. I was reading posting from people saying to reformat my hard drive, uninstall the webcam and then reinstall it, etc. I then remembered that I had an issue a few years ago using a webcam on my other computer (which was not a laptop). I figured out that the issue was I had a gmail account and used 'video chat'. This makes it unpossible to use with other applications. I would suggest that you disable your video chat before the 'uninstall/reinstall' process!!! :)
download the latest drivers of the webcam this one should work fine http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles%5CDriver/Camera/Camera_Bison_18.104.22.168_VistaX86.zip?acerid=633639760687422656&Step1=Notebook&Step2=Aspire&Step3=Aspire%206930&OS=V10&LC=de&SC=EMEA_8
it sounds like you might have an old driver with your computer or possibly a progam running in the program is not allowing the computer to run fast enough to play the music. also try disabling if you have, antivirus programs or anti spyware programs.