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Sound momentarily cuts out

I just bought a Dell M1730 and I really like it but when I listen to music the sound will occationally cut off with a "Pop" or just no sound for a split second. I can manually produce this by opening some of the Dell Set functions. I tried uninstalling Dell Set software. The problem still happens but only occasionally. Sometimes it is really bad and other times it rarely happens. Of course I reinstalled the Dell drivers but to no avail. It seems to me that some monitoring software may be interfering with the sound production but that is just a guess. Any help you could provide would be appreciated

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You surely must be using Vista on your computer.
If yes then do the following steps,
1} Right click on the sound icon on the taskbar.
2} click on “Playback Devices”.
3} Select Speakers right click on it, and then click on Properties.
4} Click on the Enhancements tab.
5} Put a check on “Disable all enhancements” and Press OK.
This must fix the problem.

Happy troubleshooting

Posted on Dec 24, 2008

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