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I have done the recommended two cold boots from the XPS 13 arch wiki page. The other games like FEAR, STALKER, and The Sims 2 have never went crash prone on me.RAM, Graphics. Quick Navigation Dawn of War 2: Technical Assistance Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Kharak Welcome to RelicNews Forum Guidelines Newcomers Forum RelicNews Is it the same as what you run your normal desktop at? http://scifijumpgate.com/yet-another/yet-another-sound-card-problem.html

I unplugged my webcam and rebooted (because it wasn't working right so I just decided to ditch it completely). I just realized something .... Here’s my hardware: Intel Core2 duo Asus P5E Motherboard 4GB DDR2 1066 RAM Gigabyte HD 6950 Video Card Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Champion Series PCIe 1TB Samsung SATA2 HDD Logitech Members Joined: 02 Dec 2004 #1 Posted 09 July 2007 - 10:20 PM This is a bit long...so if you don't feel like reading through this, skip to the last paragraph.Computer

Installed PID_W7PCAPP_US_2_11_01 from the creative website (supposed to help with this issue). Uninstalled that driver and, via the device manager, the SB card. If so, double check that its in either the Blue x16 slot on your board, or one of the small x1 White slots.

Im running win 7 pro x64 and was using asus m5a99x evo to begin with... My sound worked after I removed my USB webcam. My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom (Self Build) OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit CPU Intel Core i7 2700k Motherboard eVGA P67 SLI Memory 8GB Mushkin Redline Ridgebacks @1866 Graphics Can a video driver update solve this?

the shopkeeper said it was actually a common problem and most people just buy a new modem (which is 3x more costly), only to have the problem again 3 years later. Installed everything from the install disk again and updated. The custom kernel has the clicking noise as well, and in fact, it started before I'd chosen which kernel to use. I have connected my cdjs to input on my Audio 4 and the output on the a4 to my mixer.

Image resizer by SevenSkins Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | Windows 10 Forum | Windows 8 Forum Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. TeLLy, May 21, 2009 #4 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Good luck! My System Specs OS Windows 7 64bit .

Same result. I have read up on the issue in many many many forums and cant seem to get any traction on this problem. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Windows 7: Yet Another X-Fi install problem in Windows 7 64bit 01 Mar 2012 #1 wax0pal Windows 7 64bit 3 posts Yet Another X-Fi install problem in Windows

This sounds more like a sound card issue, or a sound card configuration issue. this contact form Offline #20 2016-02-29 21:27:34 chiral Member Registered: 2016-02-22 Posts: 16 Re: Yet another XPS 13 9343 sound issue This is the most information I've been able to find https://major.io/2015/02/03/linux-suppo … 015-model/ Apart from sound issues and shutdown issues, is the computer stable? I vaguely recall (long ago when I set this up) having to stuff around with that keyserver value to something odd.

If you need to reset your password, click here. vBulletin v3.8.7, Copyright ©2000-2017, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. The startup behavior of this machine is a little weird; slow screen draws and so forth. have a peek here I already replaced the Broadwell wireless card with the Intel 7265 for that reason.

Then report back Back to top Crokey Crokey Builders Like Erections Zaibatsu Joined: 05 Aug 2003 Best Official Gang 2016 [Zaibatsu] Best Poster [Sports] 2016 Most Desperate Campaign Poster 2016 Worst Rinse and repeat, this time using the Daniel K drivers. Offline #18 2016-02-29 21:16:47 chiral Member Registered: 2016-02-22 Posts: 16 Re: Yet another XPS 13 9343 sound issue I'm stabbing in the dark here, but the output of `aplay -l` isaplay

This was how I handled My Xtreme Gamer and had no issue.

Then, I installed those from the disk. I however have this really furstrating headphone clicking.Have any of you found a solution? Some oddities worth noting include: -On a couple of the above mentioned attempts the creative software failed acknowledge the card. Have you tried removing your new RAM and soundcard to see if you can play it without crashing?

I have yet to flash any bios up to current, as I am waiting to do that as a last resort – it makes me nervous. I don't know what the hell to do.So is there a solution to this? They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Check This Out Thanks.

Next, removed all the creative software and drivers. I've tried creating a file in modprobe, I've tried changing the output card in alsamixer. (Mind you, I don't know what modprobe is, nor am I familiar with how computer sound Speakers “pop” upon booting, as if initializing but generate no sound. Started by Mr.Stevo, Jul 09 2007 10:20 PM 4 replies to this topic Mr.Stevo Mr.Stevo Meh.

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