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My left audio channel keeps going out on my computer after a few hours of use, and I can't figure out why. The speakers themselves are not at fault because I can then plug them into my ipod and both channels work fine. I have an Asus motherboard with onboard sound, and have installed the latest audio driver. The channel always comes back to normal when I restart the computer.

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I have the same problem, haven't solved it yet. I'm thinking about buying a dedicated sound card and disabling onboard sound.

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