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Sound problem i am using pentiumII machine it gives good sound for audio files but whenever i try to play video files it gives distrubed sound i have Yamaha sound card plz give me solution

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Hi kumar,
i see that you are having a difficult time in solving your problem. the reason why you are experiencing that problem is your driver. Have you installed your sound card driver. If not you better installed it. if yes then the video file that you are watching is not playable in your computer because it is not compatible. try a short video..

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