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Sound distortion When playing a video the sound is distorted to the point I can't hear what is being said.

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  • May 11, 2010

    Have you tried another set of speakers or a set of headphones in the output jack to determine if the computer is at fault? Normally the speakers are to blame when their amplifier is overworked and fails.

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Have you tried updating the sound card drivers that might help

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