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Audio Stuttering Problem

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October 10, 2013 2:20:12 AM

specs:
asus p8b75
i3-3210
gskill ripjaws 4gb ddr3
seasonic 520w psu
acer X193HQ monitor(VGA)
creative speakers 2.1
no graphics card

while playing a movie,,or listening to music or watching a video,sometimes the audio gets slowed down and begins to crack then turns to normal after 5-6 seconds? Why is this happening? it is really random,sometimes it happens after few days gap and sometimes it happens once daily,,i dont know what to do? i have windows 8 and had the system upgraded 6 months before(except monitor and speakers),i dont know what is the problem plz help me ! :( 
October 10, 2013 2:27:21 AM

make sure the mb bios is up to date and try giving the onboard gpu more video ram in the bios. if it not the gpu running out of free ram it may be the system. on pc with built in audio if the cpu or pci bus issues (pc under load) the audio sound can get screwed up. if it not lack of ram then i see if a friend had a cheap or older gpu to see if the video ipgpu was running out of ram and causing issues.
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October 10, 2013 2:31:06 AM

smorizio said:
make sure the mb bios is up to date and try giving the onboard gpu more video ram in the bios. if it not the gpu running out of free ram it may be the system. on pc with built in audio if the cpu or pci bus issues (pc under load) the audio sound can get screwed up. if it not lack of ram then i see if a friend had a cheap or older gpu to see if the video ipgpu was running out of ram and causing issues.


is this a serious problem??
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October 10, 2013 2:31:53 AM

Do you use sound card? If yes try to plug speakers into motherboard see how it will go. What speaker model do you use of creative?
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October 10, 2013 2:36:27 AM

alga said:
Do you use sound card? If yes try to plug speakers into motherboard see how it will go. What speaker model do you use of creative?


no i dont have sound card,,its a 4 year old speaker,i dont know the model nos
the stuttering is random,,but is happening at least once a day for 3 days,,is this serious ??
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October 10, 2013 2:47:02 AM

I would try what smorizio said. Also 4 years old speakers if you listen everyday you can get crack sound. You may need to test your speakers on amp or if you have a friend ask him to plug on he's pc for a bit test. I would recommend those options
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October 10, 2013 2:55:47 AM

alga said:
I would try what smorizio said. Also 4 years old speakers if you listen everyday you can get crack sound. You may need to test your speakers on amp or if you have a friend ask him to plug on he's pc for a bit test. I would recommend those options


so it wont cause serious problems?? headphones do this too,,what does that mean??
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October 10, 2013 3:04:56 AM

Shantanu Ghose said:
alga said:
I would try what smorizio said. Also 4 years old speakers if you listen everyday you can get crack sound. You may need to test your speakers on amp or if you have a friend ask him to plug on he's pc for a bit test. I would recommend those options


so it wont cause serious problems?? headphones do this too,,what does that mean??


this is means you'll have to try what smorizio said.
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October 10, 2013 3:09:59 AM

alga said:
Shantanu Ghose said:
alga said:
I would try what smorizio said. Also 4 years old speakers if you listen everyday you can get crack sound. You may need to test your speakers on amp or if you have a friend ask him to plug on he's pc for a bit test. I would recommend those options


so it wont cause serious problems?? headphones do this too,,what does that mean??


this is means you'll have to try what smorizio said.


i am just asking how this can damage my system,,please tell me
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October 10, 2013 3:33:52 AM

Shantanu Ghose said:
alga said:
Shantanu Ghose said:
alga said:
I would try what smorizio said. Also 4 years old speakers if you listen everyday you can get crack sound. You may need to test your speakers on amp or if you have a friend ask him to plug on he's pc for a bit test. I would recommend those options


so it wont cause serious problems?? headphones do this too,,what does that mean??


this is means you'll have to try what smorizio said.


i am just asking how this can damage my system,,please tell me


im not sure mate because i never had audio problems such this. But you may runing out of rams as you have 4gb only, maybe its a gpu needs more memory. Its hard to say for me but i can say you'll need to try what smorizio said. Remember if you wont try and leave later you may get another problem and damage your system completely. I prefer not to leave it
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October 10, 2013 3:35:59 AM

alga said:
Shantanu Ghose said:
alga said:
Shantanu Ghose said:
alga said:
I would try what smorizio said. Also 4 years old speakers if you listen everyday you can get crack sound. You may need to test your speakers on amp or if you have a friend ask him to plug on he's pc for a bit test. I would recommend those options


so it wont cause serious problems?? headphones do this too,,what does that mean??


this is means you'll have to try what smorizio said.


i am just asking how this can damage my system,,please tell me


im not sure mate because i never had audio problems such this. But you may runing out of rams as you have 4gb only, maybe its a gpu needs more memory. Its hard to say for me but i can say you'll need to try what smorizio said. Remember if you wont try and leave later you may get another problem and damage your system completely. I prefer not to leave it


i dont have a graphics card,,only onboard graphics
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