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Completely uninstall the drivers for your soundcard. Go to the manufacturers website and download the most recent drivers/install. Install this (following the instructions from the manfactuere) on your computer. You should now find that when your speakers are turned on and you play a sound source, thigs should be ok.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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