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No matter what DVD player I use on the computer, the sound is very shaky and doesn't come in well. It is not the DVD because I have tried all of my DVDs. The sound on the movie sounds as if it is buffering every second so the sound is very shaky. I really need help.

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Since you've tried different dvd drives, that shaky sound may occur from your output device, or to your sound slots, try to clean your board with cautions.

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