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Audio too fast

When playing any audio it all sounds like its on fast forward. Is there anyways to fix this problem? I have tried all the sound and volume programs but cant seem to find a problem.

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  • greenfrog050 Jan 17, 2009

    Dell model- OptiPlex GX50

    Im sure original sound card

    system type X86-based PC

    and windows 2000 Pro ... the other problem is its my work computer so I dont have all admin rights.

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Dell model and type of computer?
    Added sound card or original ?
    If added model number of sound card?
    Version of windows ?


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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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