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I have an Asus Eee pc and the audio is too fast, The voices sound like Alvin and the Chipmonks

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Are you referring to all audio, or just media played through Windows Media Player?

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

  • bixiegrace Apr 10, 2011

    I've got the same problem--everything sounds BADLY sped up and chipmunk-ish. YouTube, any web page, any player, movies I converted to AVI and play on here, everything. It's BAD! I am really frustrated--think it is some kind of conflict, like sound card or controller. Mine is an ASUS EEE and I have Realtek HD Audio coming thru the bottom of the monitor, I think?

    Would getting a new driver help, like fromhttp://www.eeeguides.com/2008/03/asus-ee... -- PLEASE HELP -- I have tried what they say on the Device/Audio Manager. Eek!

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