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Computer speakers. My computers speakers whenever I listen to anything cut in and out on any volume level, I thought it was the speakers and bought new ones but the problem persists. What should I try?

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Try uninstalling your sound card and installing it again be shure you have instalation cd for your sound card or correct drivers..

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