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Old 08-15-2011, 11:10 AM
Tommy01 Tommy01 is offline
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Default Oh Geeze! Bursts of white Noise, Crackles & Pops

Hi, I,ve finally experienced what everyone here is talking about, The burst of white Noise and crackles and pops.
Dell Inspiron 1525
Win Xp Pro sp3
Intel core duo 2.00Ghz
3 Gig Ram
7200 rpm internal Hard Disk
M-audio Fast Track & Fast Track Pro (latest drivers from M-audio web site)
Laptop is optomized for music recording ( disabled wifi, nic, no internet, no virus protection etc...
Happens playing the demo songs, its fine for a few mins but then always happens almost blew my ears and headphones out!
Other software works great on this pc (Sonar 8.5.3, Sonar X1b, Reaper 4.01) never a glitchor pop or crackle. Please give us a patch to fix this asap!
Thank you
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