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new speakers distorted sound and slow


bobbybluenose

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hi all os xp pro i have noticed recently poor sound quality and slowing down when i play music, i have change the battery on mother board and cleaned fans and m/board, just purchased new speakers thinking my old ones might be on there way out anyone got any ideas please.

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Ian in Northampton

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Are you playing from CDs or from MP3s on your hard drive?

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bobbybluenose

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MP3s from hard drive through you tube ,media player,

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Ian in Northampton

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Hmmm - I asked only to eliminate a CD drive problem as the issue... The only other thing I can think of is that you have something running in the background that is consuming huge amounts of processor/memory. You might want to check in Task Manager and look at 'processes' and 'applications', see if there's something strange going on.

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Aitchbee

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Try double-clicking on the volume icon [bottom right hand corner] to bring up 'Volume Control'. Then click on 'Advanced' and make sure 'Microphone Boost' is unticked.

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