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Trust 510ex sound card

I have a trust 510ex sound card and a 5.1 surround system.After around 20 minutes the sound degrades instantly and causes some songs to skip,slow down or just all crackly. The only way i can fix this is to open the trust control panel and change the 5.1 speaker setup back to 2 speakers and then back again.It works again for around 20mins, then happens again. Can anyone help, its well annoying

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  • jonsky2007 Nov 24, 2007

    Nvidia nforce2 motherboard
    Nvidia GeForce FX5500 graphics
    AMD Athlon 1.9ghz,1.00 gb ram

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