Sound stuttering???

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  1. LIQUID

    LIQUID #HarambeBless

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    OK..heres the problem

    About 1-2 weeks ago I redid my computer (formated, etc.)

    I had just got a new video card so I thought "what the hay..might as well wipe my comp clean and start from scratch"...any way...I formated the hd and installed Win XP...I installed the drivers on the cd i have for my sound card...anyway...now i try and listen to music or watch a video and the sound stutters every now and then...at first i thought it was no biggie...now its getting on my nerves :(

    I dont know what to do?? I checked and downloaded the newest drivers from the creative labs website???

    I have a Creative Labs live 5.1 sound card

    Is there something in the bios I need to set??? maybe something is disabled....

    I think that in installing my sound card I might have reset everything (all the bios settings)

    I really want to get this fixed because my video card has the tivo like capabilities...it sucks when I play back what i recorded it stutters the sound :( even with winamp :(


    I'm baffled :confused:

    PLEASE HELP!! :wtc:
     
  2. Wolf68k

    Wolf68k OT Supporter

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    If your mobo has on-board audio make sure it's disabled in the BIOS

    Installing a card or any kind shouldn't change anything with the BIOS.
     
  3. ChosenGSR

    ChosenGSR Mama always said you'd be the chosen one

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    I would download the latest and greates drivers from creative and go from there.
     
  4. LIQUID

    LIQUID #HarambeBless

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    I think I probably tripped the battery on the mobo that holds all the info/settings...i forgot the name :hs:

    k, ill check for on board sound
     
  5. Wolf68k

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    Messing with the battery can do it, rare but possible
     

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