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Re: sound problem with using aim vid
Does adjusting your volume help at all? I find if your microphone is up too high it can have undesirable effects. Also you may want to try to see if the problem is there with the microphone off. Also you should check for any driver updates for your soundcard. You can do this thru device manager in most circumstances. Let us know how it goes.
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One thing you could do is to make sure that all the power to your devices comes from the same socket. Something called ground loops can sometimes cause this problem. That is the way to avoid it.
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Your speakers are frying, hence the crackling sound, as this is a frequent problem owing to the location of the speaker assemblies and the sound output in an area of the system where the ambient heat exhaust vents are located.
I am a bit confused, though, as to why you get no better sound through headphones or external speakers, since this is not usually the case in this frequently cited problem.
One possibility is that not only are the speakers, but the entire sound output assembly.
Warrantee work if available, if not try a shop where they also sell used Dell computers as they will have pulls that could cut your losses.
Try connecting a set of headphones to the audio plug on the laptop.
See if the sounds are still there.
This might be a problem with your speakers, either they are faulty or they are picking up interference.