sound problem

Jonathan Morton chromi "at" cyberspace.org
Mon, 25 Mar 2002 13:13:28 +0000


>yea, it did work before that.. but i hate the onboard sound, it 
>really is horrible. and i just bought all these new speakers and a 
>new card, it cant be the card becuase i already went through 2.  soo 
>it has to be software.

Sometimes this problem appears on certain m/boards, especially 
certain VIA chipsets.  There have been "latency patches" to the 
drivers floating around, and there are frequently newer BIOSes 
available.  You can also try playing with any settings labelled "PCI 
latency" in the BIOS and see if they help.

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