Having trouble with sound latency

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I have a built in sound card of Realtek.

I am using it over 2 years.

Now when i work with DAW's (Digitlal Work Stations) like FL Studio, Sonar, it gives me buzzing noise and freeze.

What should i do with my latency?

Can i increase it or it's for my old version of soundcard?

Help me out.

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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Having trouble with sound latency

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Hello good day your built-in soundcard realtek is okay.

There is no problem on it.

You know the causes of buzzing noise and freeze is keyboard  and mouse damage

If you have and extra keyboard and mouse try to put it on.

Replace the old keyboard and mouse because this cause of the buzzing and freezing,.

Thank you, hope its help

Regards;

Logictor

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Answered By 567010 points N/A #103615

Having trouble with sound latency

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I’m not sure if this is a problem with your soundcard. I haven’t got any issues regarding Realtek even before. If this is the first time you encounter this problem with the sound coming from the soundcard, try closing all your applications, restart your computer then try again.

If the same thing happened on your next attempt, try uninstalling your soundcard’s driver then check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system.

Then after that, install your soundcard’s driver again. This will fix any corrupted files in the installation and will restore its settings back to default.

See if the application you are using will still have the same sound problem. If still nothing happened and the problem persists, visit Realtek’s website and then find an update for your soundcard.

You may also visit Microsoft’s website and find a patch for Realtek. Usually, the patch that can be found in Microsoft for Realtek soundcards, like the one I downloaded before, applies only to the specific Windows Service Pack it supports and can’t be installed on other Service Packs.

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