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Re: audio too fast
GX 150? GX 50 is not on their support site. If it really is 50 and not 150 try sound drivers for models 1 or for 100or even the 150? Can't hurt to try.
Failing to get a proper driver; just purchase an inexpensive sound card. and put it into you computer.
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Yes, you have to connect the monitor outs to a mixer (or directly to your monitors) to hear. It is a totally separate sound card than what is coming out of your audio out port. Anyway, you'll get much better sound quality from the monitor outs.
Hello vatsala, Try downloading and installing the latest sound drive available for your motherboard. Here is the link. http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/D845GVSR/ If that doesn’t work, try using another set of speakers to make sure it’s not your speakers that are bad and if that doesn't work, you may have a bad sound card and will need to put in new sound card. Sincerely, Agent Xiong
Sorry pal. Machine is a DELL Inspiron 1721. No cable neither loudspeakers. I have no motherboard CD shipped with laptop. I already tried to install audio drivers from DELL Utilities & Drivers CD, but OS refuses to recognize that a soundcard is present.
Thanks anyway. It has to be solved by someone who's had the same problem and managed to work around it.
Check your audio settings to make sure that it's going to the right driver.
goto: start -> control panel -> sound and audio devices
out of the 5 tabs, you'll want to pay attention to 2 of them, these are the "audio" and "voice" tabs. Make sure that your speakers on are the external sound system's drivers and not your internal sound card. (Basically, make your sound playback the same as your sound recording)