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Sound Problem While listen any music or watching movie, some times the CPU usage goesabove 52% and the sound interputed. Some times its playing mp3 filesfrom HDD too slow while copying some other files in my folder to folder. Whythis happen? I do┬┤nt know whats to do? I have reinstalled my OS. change the hard drive and nothing. I have reinstalled my sound driver from install CD. But still i have the sound problem. I cant get the clear sound, onlyinterputed sound. i dont have any issue with my speaker. please help?

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Your BUS Speed(s) in The BIOS / COMS R WRONG !
What Brand MoBo is it ?
Google the MDL # & U WIll Find your answer!
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    David Thompson Apr 01, 2008

    un Install , Pull the Card. TRY Another PCI / PCI-e Port !
    Sound's like an IRQ Problem !

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