Hello, when my itunes trys to play the music is distorted and when I check out my cpu usage it seems to use almost 100% when trying to play one song. I thought maybe it was a ram issue and purchased 2 G's and installed it. The computer recognizes the new amount of RAM but still uses almost all the cpu to run the music.
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I have the exact same problem with my acer aspire one. Just recently is started distorting with a mechanical sound...skipping on the videos and making it impossible to actually listen to anything or watch any videos. I thought it might just be an isolated problem until i noticed it happening during startup, etc. I have not found a solution yet but am updating the audio driver. Let me know if you resolved this issue! Thanks!
Playing through the USB port can cause all sorts of "problems" also ensure NO other software is competing for the CPU time. It is always best to play work on use, anything or file, from the actual hard drive. simply copy the files to the HD, and use them from there Also more RAM is always beneficial Also make sure you have the most up-to-date Codecs installed too.
I've seen this happen to a lot of people I know. If it's under warranty still, then send it in. They will most likely end up sending you a new one anyway. If the warranty has expired, then you'll most likely end up having to buy a new one. Unless you know someone who is good at fixing small electronics and doesn't charge much.
I have the 24fx version of this and have noted the same problem. The solution seems to be turning off the feedback ferret as this uses around 30% of the CPU because it is running all the time! When the desk is booted up check the CPU usage before you turn on any of the digital fx. should show around 35% usage. Turn off the old ferret and hey presto, down to around 12% This should give you enough CPU to record direct to memory stick. Not the best design I know, but a really good sound engineer shouldnt need the feedback ferret anyway ;-)
hi, first check the speakers if they r bad, u can do this by connecting external headphones, if it still sounds the same, then the probs is with ur sound card, uninstall it and install it back, let me know