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Audio In Windows 7 getting problem?

When i play anything. the audio is very slow and i m nt able to listen it properly.... I am listing sound as some echo's!!!

But i can;t hear it clearly... Plz help me!!!

I hve 1.5GB RAM and 160GB HDD...

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Try going into your sound propeties and turning off all sound effects and set to stero sound. Also check to see there is an updated driver for your sound device for windows 7

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