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Not clear sound quality making some noise when i play a song

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You need to uninstall and reinstall the audio driver or try to uninstall adn reinstall the player that you are using to hear sounds? is it doing the same if you are going to use a headphone? if so thats only a software problem, if headphone sounds fine, its the internal speakers thats having problem.

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