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Toshia Satelite sound skips when playing through speakers

When i play music files on my laptop is sounds choppy through the speakers and through headphones. Is my sound card bad or have I blown the speakers.

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From what I can tell your machine uses a Realtek sound device. Download and reinstall this driver to see if it fixes your problem.

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