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Audio My headphone's MIC is not working and the sound is also choppy/scatchy on high level of volume with the realtek sound driver . this problem encountered when I added speakers to my computer and mic does not works with raer & front audio panels.

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  • imranhoshimi Jan 10, 2009

    I have the same problem. There is something wrong with the SATA ports.

    When I change the SATA to different ports the choppy sound is gone but the system is still performing choppy.

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Have u checked by replacing that earphone

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