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As the title says i have a problem with what i think is probably my sound card. When i try to listen to anything on another computer that i am using, it sounds like it is underwater(if that makes sense at all). Well what i am trying to say is that the sound is not clear and i am wondering what i need to do to fix it. thanks in advance
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When i try to listen to anything on another computer that i am using, it sounds like it is underwater(if that makes sense at all). Well what i am trying to say is that the sound is not clear and i am wondering what i need to do to fix it. thanks in advance
Have you gone jet skiing recently?

What sound card are you referring to? If it is your on-board HD sound card, check your Realtek control panel and see if any of your presets are mis-configured (like Padded Room, Hallway, etc) and change it back to default.
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Have you gone jet skiing recently?

What sound card are you referring to? If it is your on-board HD sound card, check your Realtek control panel and see if any of your presets are mis-configured (like Padded Room, Hallway, etc) and change it back to default.
lol nah i have not been jet skiing, but i am referring to my on board card. so let me just check that out and see if the problem is fixed
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Also make sure the speaker/headphone jack is completely in. I have had it had a loose connection before (moved my desk which pulled the cord out just a bit) and it sounds muffled and bad.
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oh just changing the realtek stuff to default made it more clearer which is good but the sound is still some what fuzzy. i just plugged an mp4 player to the same speaker and the sound was clearer so what is the problem. and i made sure the plug is in tight
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