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Audio Playback Problems

When I try and play back a DVD or CD on my K-16 there are always audio problems, usually popping noises. This happens no matter what DVD or CD I use (burned or not) and no matter what program I use to play it back. This started all of a sudden, it had worked perfectly fine before.

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  • isutrav Nov 29, 2007

    I'm having the same problem, but the solution below doesn't seem to be written in English. The drivers are up to date. I've also reinstalled them, but there's a brief cutting-out of sound when soundtrack and dialogue are played simultaneously on DVDs.



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I've since fixed the problem, by doing a System Restore. Nothing else worked, so I gave it a try and so far, so good. I hope it works for you too. Good luck.

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The drivers packed up update them or reinstall a driver for your dvd cd or k16?

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